#BusesForDemocracy Sen. Ben MurrayBruce shades Bashir Ahmad over free transportation for voters

-#BusesForDemocracy: Sen. Ben Murray Bruce threw shade at President Buhari special assistant on New Media, Ahmad Bashir over free transportation for voters

Nigerian Senator and Business mogul, Ben Murray Bruce in a new statement has thrown a shade at President Buhari’s Special Assistant on New Media, Ahmad Bashir over free transportation for voters ahead of the 2019 Presidential election rescheduled to take place tomorrow.

Ahmad Bashir in a tweet via his Twitter handle disclosed that there is a free transportation for anyone going to Katsina from Abuja for the 2019 Presidential election.

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In a response, Sen Ben Bruce quoted Bashir Ahmad tweet and wrote that the President wants to join the #BusesForDemocracy.

Below is the tweet,

My dear fellow, just sat thar the

wants to join #BusesForDemocracy

Quote Tweet
Bashir Ahmad
Going to Katsina for Saturday’s election? Free transportation from Abuja for you, taking off today at 7:00am, at Jabi Motor Park.”
#BusesForDemocracy is an initiative launched by Reno Omokri, who happens to be a spokesperson to former Pres. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
Reno Omokri in his statement via his twitter handle disclosed that he started the Buses For Democracy to provide free transportation for Nigerians, who will have to cover a long distance before they can cast their votes tomorrow, he disclosed that the buses are available to Nigerians irrespective of their political parties or the presidential candidates they intend to vote for.
According to the report, the buses have left for their various destinations since Thursday, 21st of Feb and will not return to their various bases until Sunday 24th of Feb.
Many Nigerians had travelled long distances last week for the Presidential election, which was earlier slated for 18th of Feb, before it was postponed by the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC over problems with logistics.

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