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Nigeria is safe and secure - President Buhari declares

Nigeria is safe and secure - President Buhari declares

- President Muhammadu Buhari says he is happy that Nigeria is now secure

- He explains that the information minister, Lai Mohammed, has been trying to convince the world that Nigeria is safe and has great potentials for tourism and investment

- A lawmaker raises alarm over alleged plot to impeach President Buhari secretly

President Muhammadu Buhari has said Nigeria is sufficiently safe and secure for all tourists and business travelers to visit.

The president made the statement on Tuesday, June 5, when Zurab Pololikashvili, the secretary-general of United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), paid him a visit at the presidential villa in Abuja, Vanguard reports.

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He said: “I am pleased that the country is now sufficiently safe and secure, and the message should go out to the world for all tourists and business travellers. The first thing tourists look out for is security and I am happy we have it now.

“Minister, Lai Mohammed, has been trying to convince the world that Nigeria is safe and has great potentials for tourism and investment. I am glad that you and your team have come here to see things for yourself.”

In his remarks, the UN envoy commended Nigeria for the successful hosting of the conference which brings together African Ministers of Tourism, principal executives of the global tourism body and other stakeholders in the tourism sector.

Pololikashvili said: “We can do it in Nigeria, we can create, convert Nigeria to the main tourist destination in Africa. There is a huge potential here. Culture, nature, food, you have everything here.

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Meanwhile, a member of the House of Representatives, Muhammed Gudaji Kazaure, has raised serious allegation claiming there is a plot to impeach President Muhammadu Buhari.

Vanguard reports that the lawmaker who is considered President Buhari’s close ally in the House made this revelation on Tuesday, June 5 after the 3-hour long joint closed door session of the Senate and the House.

He claimed signatures were being gathered to impeach the president but expressed optimism that the threat would not succeed as those who supported the president were more.

Kazaure said he was against what he described as a plot to impeach the president if he fails to agree with the conditions provided.

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Source: Legit.ng

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