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Saturday, 27 June 2015

Northern Traditional Rulers Promised To Assist Buhari

Traditional northern monarchs, who have visited President Muhammadu Buhari on June 23, promise their support to the government’s battle against insecurity, economy crisis.
Northern Traditional Rulers Promised To Assist Buhari
The Northern traditional rulers arriving for a meeting with President Muhhamadu Buhari
The Gbong Gwong Jos, Jacob Gyang-Buba, told newsmen that it was a politeness visit to Buhari by the Northern leaders and not a meeting.
His words: “Traditional rulers from the North deemed it fit to come to congratulate Mr President, pray with him and of cause, assure of our total support and resolve to work with the government, to enable it surmount the various problems that are facing Nigeria.”

Gyang-Buba added that the traditional rulers all determine the fact that there are so many challenges, but that they need braveness to work them out.
According to him the traditional rulers were hoping that Nigeria’s leader would use his sense of sincerity toward his assignment and that Nigerians would make forfeit to enable Buhari’s government success.
We want to count on his record of sincerity and to work with him, cooperate with him, and we are calling on all Nigerians to appreciate that we all need to make sacrifices for us to move forward.
“That is the assurance we came to give Mr President.
“We intend to go back to our various communities to mobilise them to cooperate, particularly to do with security and of cause, whatever can be done about the economy,’’ the monarch said.
On his own turn, ex-comptroller-general of the Nigeria Customs Service said that the president assured traditional rulers to cooperate in his development agenda.
Mr president gave assurance as he has always done.’’

He stated that Buhari “is not a person to be afraid of giving assurances, and with good intent at that’. That is why we all need to rally round and work together, so that we can overcome by the Grace of God.”
During electoral campaign Muhammadu Buhari said that the insecurity, bad economy and corruption are the most pertinent of the grievous challenges that Nigeria grapples with and must be tackled before the country can chalk out any path to development.

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