Governor El-Rufai visits Lagos, holds important meeting with Sanwo-Olu

Governor El-Rufai visits Lagos, holds important meeting with Sanwo-Olu

- Photos of Governor Nasir El-Rufai holding a discussion with Babajide Sanwo-Olu have emerged

- The pictures were shared online via the official Twitter account of the Kaduna state governor

- El-Rufai disclosed the details of the meeting he had with his Lagos counterpart

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The Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, on Thursday, February 4, held a meeting with his counterpart in Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

A tweet from the official handle of the Kaduna state government disclosed that the meeting between both governors held at the Lagos House in Marina.

Governor El-Rufai visits Lagos, hold important meeting with Sanwo-Olu
Kaduna state government is reported constructing a building in Lagos state known as the KD Towers. Photo: @GovKaduna
Source: Twitter

El-Rufai was reported to have briefed the Lagos governor about the Kaduna towers project in Victoria Island.

The tweet read:

''Malam Nasir @elrufai has visited Governor @jidesanwoolu at the Lagos House, Marina, and briefed him on the KD Towers project in Victoria Island.''

In another report, Nasir El-Rufai has reacted to the calls for herdsmen to be evicted in some parts of the country.

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According to him, every Nigerian has the constitutional right to live wherever they chose to, The Punch reported.

El-Rufai made this known in a state broadcast on Wednesday, February 3, following the recent eviction notice issued to herdsmen in some parts of the southwest region.

However, the Northern Elders Forum (NEF) has told the Fulani community in southern Nigeria to return to the north if they are forcefully ejected from their host communities.

The NEF also called on the northern governors to be ready to receive the Fulani community who would return as a result of forceful ejection.

Nigerian Tribune reported that the demand contained in a statement issued by the spokesman of NEF, Dr. Hakeem Baba-Ahmed.

To news on security, Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba state said the security challenges facing the country should prompt the Buhari-led federal government to permit Nigerians to carry licenced guns to defend themselves.

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Ishaku made the statement on Tuesday, February 3, in reaction to the kidnapping and subsequent killing of a local government chairman in the state by gunmen.

According to Channels TV, the governor stated that the insecurity challenges in the country have worsened to the point that Nigerians need to adopt a new method of security.

Source: Legit Newspaper

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