Buhari says Nigeria will be safe if Nigerians put differences aside

Buhari says Nigeria will be safe if Nigerians put differences aside

- President Muhammadu Buhari says Nigerians need to put their differences aside and work together in the spirit of cooperation

- The Nigerian leader notes that it is only when Nigerian citizens are productive that the country could become big and prosperous economy

- Buhari urges the youths in Nigeria to work together to build the country of expectations

President Muhammadu Buhari has said his administration’s goal of implementing policies that will make Nigeria a secure nation can only be achieved if Nigerians put their differences aside and work together in the spirit of cooperation.

The Nigerian president made the statement on Thursday, January 30, when the 2019 National Productivity Order of Merit (NPOM) Awardees paid him a visit in Abuja.

Buhari says Nigeria will be safe if Nigerians put differences aside

Buhari urges the youths in Nigeria to work together to build the country of expectations
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The president stated that it is only when Nigerian citizens are productive that the country could become a big and prosperous economy.

He urged the youths to emulate NPOM awardees by working together to build the Nigeria of expectations.

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In another report, the National Democratic Front (NDF) has accused members of the House of Representatives of working with underground forces to return Nigeria to dark and inglorious era.

NDF while reacting to a motion moved on by the chief whip of the House, Mohammed Tahir, and 14 others on Wednesday, January 29. The lawmakers had called on the service chiefs to either resign or be sacked by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Addressing newsmen on Thursday, January 30, in Abuja, NDF's national secretary, Abdulkadir Bolaji, said the group is shocked that some of the lawmakers have wittingly subscribed to this hogwash using a protectively deceptive official cover to push this demonic agenda.

Bolaji said the call for the sack of security chiefs is amazing, to say the least, clear attempt to pave way for the defeated insurgents to return Nigeria to the era of blood and tears.

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Meanwhile, Nigeria's National Security Adviser (NSA), Babagana Monguno, on Wednesday, January 30, said that contrary to call for the sack of service chiefs, their fate was not discussed at the security meeting which took place at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Monguno said while speaking with State House correspondents on Thursday, January 30, said the resolution reached by the lawmakers of the National Assembly on the sack of the service chiefs who have overstayed their approved 35-years of service was not discussed.

He said the security meeting was basically focused on a review of the country's current security situation.

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