BUHARI HAS RESTORED NIGERIA’S CORPORATE EXISTENCE – KILGORI

Dr Jabbi Kilgori, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Sokoto, on Sunday said the first 100 days of the Buhari administration had succeeded in restoring the country’s corporate existence.

Kilgori told the News Agency of Nigeria in Sokoto that President Muhammadu Buhari has restored the unity of the nation.
He said that the administration had succeeded in removing fear in the minds of Nigerians against possible breakup of the successfully federated nation.

“Many Nigerians before the general election were seen in hundreds migrating to their states of origin for the fear of the nation’s break up,” he said.

He also commended the president for his commitment and goodwill in the ongoing fight against insurgency.
He said the commitment of Buhari had made it possible for the security agencies to adopt proactive measures in the fight against insurgency and other criminalities.

Kilgori, a former commissioner for works in the state, called for active support of the nation’s stakeholders in the fight against the insurgents.
He said that active participation of traditional rulers and religious leaders as well as non-governmental organisations would greatly assist the officers deployed in the fight against insurgency.

He urged Nigerians to brace for the challenges by coming out with intelligence reports that would enable the security officers apprehend all those involved in criminal activities for peace, progress and political stability of the country.

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Posted on September 7, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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