Former President Obasanjo Registers As Member Of Coalition For Nigeria Movement

Former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has registered as a member of the Coalition For Nigeria Movement, a day after the movement was officially launched in Abuja.

The group, which came as a fall-out from the open letter Obasanjo wrote to President Buhari, is established to help Nigeria overcome the myriad of challenges it is facing.

The former President registered as a member of the coalition in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital on Thursday.

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His absence at Wednesday’s launch of the coalition in Abuja had led to questions about his involvement with the group.

But his registration as a member of the group on Thursday has put an end to speculations about whether he would be part of the movement.

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“We need a Coalition for Nigeria, CN. Such a Movement at this juncture needs not be a political party but one to which all well-meaning Nigerians can belong. That Movement must be a coalition for democracy, good governance, social and economic well-being and progress,” Obasanjo had written in his explosive statement.

“Coalition to salvage and redeem our country. You can count me with such a Movement. Last time, we asked, prayed and worked for change and God granted our request. This time, we must ask, pray and work for change with unity, security and progress.”

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