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Inmate of kuje prison thanking God for Muhammadu Buhari

22 May 2015, 18:12

The inmate of Kuje prison, under the association of prisoners for change peace and good governance, took their time over the weeks celebrating the victory of Muhammadu Buhari over Goodluck Jonathan in the concluded presidential election.

The president of the association Onoh Kennedy said that the inmate has over the years predicted that Muhamadu Buhari will be victorious of Jonathan, a member of the association awaiting trial in the prison said that they have been praying to God for the chosen one, the one who will save this nation from evil and corrupt leaders of our time, he also said that, as God has giving us answer to our prayer, we must have to join hands together not just as inmates or association, but as nigeria, we need to put heads together as one to put together all the mess of our past leaders and make this nation better again.

Also read: Buhari gets handover notes on May 28

Another leader A.J Emeka who thank the incharge of the prison D.C Musa Tanko, for his hard work and care towards the inmates, he said that the DC Musa Tanko gave them the full support during the season of prayer and fasting for Muhamadu Buhari victory. The inmates also said that they are inviting all true Nigerians to join them on the 29th of May2015 for the celebration of the hand over of Muhamadu Buhari in kuje prison.

The incharge also thank the association for their reguler visit to the prison and also thank the inmate for their petience and coopration with his staffs.

- MyNews24

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