Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Video: Nigeria's President Elect, Muhammadu Buhari's Acceptance Speech

After his declaration as the Nigeria's president elect, Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress delivered his acceptance speech at the party's National Headquarters, Abuja at about 6:06 Nigerian time on Thursday, April 1, 2015. He says the change Nigerians desire is here and he promises to give it to us. Watch.

25 comments:

  1. Aunty Ladun, today is wednesday o

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  2. Edo boy wizzy says: stil cool. Am stil doin wah I knw hw 2 do best

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  3. I hope he will deliver Nigerian from the mess caused by PDP

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  4. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Congrats BUHARIANS..... Sai Buhari
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  5. My president!!!!

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  6. Give us the change asap

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  7. We love u so very much sir. Pls remember the sun and d rain dat beat us for you to win this election and bring the long awaited change to us......

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  8. Intelligent speech

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  9. Intelligent speech

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  10. Yeye dey smell

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  11. Congrats sir. Please swift into action asap

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  12. Pointless. His diction tho
    aboki for president. Big shame

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    1. Whats the big shame there? Let your father come and speak English 1st so wwe can judge his diction. And Olodo, there is nothing wrong with his diction, he only has Fulani accent.

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  13. Will be laughing when Nigerians will be the same ones trying to kick buari out. Lol lol hahaha. Buari ' s dream was to become president and he has gotten his wish. He probably won't even run for a next term lol. Tinubu or Amaechi will be the next ones running soon. Lol!!!!! Haha African leaders and government officials will always be corrupt. The masses will always keep living in abject poverty will the rulers no matter who it is will keep enrich in themselves. I don't care who is the leader of what country in Africa. None of them have their countries at heart.

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