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Why Buhari Will Rule Nigeria for 8 Years – Olumba Olumba

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The spiritual leader of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, Olumba Olumba Obu has said that President Muhammadu Buhari will certainly complete his first and second terms in office.

Olumba said this while addressing a crowd of guests and adherents in Calabar the Cross River State capital.

The spiritual leader who spoke during an international youth event with the theme ‘Respecting Authorities and Higher Powers’, said despite serious attempts by aggrieved persons to eliminate Buhari because of his stance against corruption, the president would not be harmed, and that he would survive and accomplish his mission.
“For now, which leader in Nigeria would people be afraid of, to the extent of coming up by themselves to return stolen money?” he asked.
“I can assure that despite the millions of money people are spending, including going diabolical, to kill the president, they will not succeed and he will not be harmed. He will certainly complete his eight years in office.
On why the president will rule for another term, he said: “Buhari has a special task to accomplish in Nigeria at these times,” he said.

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