How over 600 Imo monarchs subscribed to Buhari’s “Next Level”

Scores of traditional rulers in Imo State recently signed up to ensure the realisation of the “Next level” slogan of President Muhammadu Buhari, aimed at his re-election in 2019 presidential poll.

~ Vanguard News

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