Buhari’s ‘Trekker’ Set To Embark On Another Trek To Celebrate President’s Achievement


Mr. Suleiman Hashimu, who trek from Lagos to Abuja to celebrate the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 general elections, is set to embark on another trek for the president.

But this time, Hashimu, would not use his legs but vehicles in touring the 36 states of the federation and the FCT.

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Suleiman Hashimu, who disclosed this on Friday said this is to showcase and appreciate the achievements recorded his administration so far

“I will be embarking on another trek for President Muhammadu Buhari. This time, my trip is with a vehicle, not my usual trekking. I would tour the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

“This is to showcase achievement recorded by this administration so that they will appreciate the achievements recorded so far.

“President Buhari has achieved a lot in security and anti-corruption crusade. People that are untouchable in this country are answerable to the law of the land.

“Another big achievement recorded on Thursday was the rescue of the 21 of the over 200 kidnapped Chibok school girls. This is no doubt a great achievement.

“I will like to tell Nigerians to continue to support President Muhammadu Buhari to achieve all the promises he made during his campaign for the presidency,’’ he said.

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Suleiman Hashimu trekked from Lagos to Abuja to celebrate president Buhari’s victory in the 2015 general elections

Hashimu had arrived in Abuja on April 20 to celebrate the president’s victory in the 2015 general elections after trekking three weeks from Lagos, covering over 700 kilometres.

Meanwhile, President Buhari,  has said  the release of the 21 Chibok girls is only a confirmation of his administration’s determination to secure all Nigerians where ever they are.

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The President said this at the airport yesterday just before he took off to Germany on an official visit.

“To Nigerians all over, our responsibility is to continue to secure them wherever they are,” the President said