Nigerian Governor Says Current Challenges Will Make the Nation Stronger

Nigerian Governor Says Current Challenges Will Make the Nation Stronger

- Governor Aminu Masari has maintained a positive disposition despite current challenges in the country

- The politician predicted that the situation of things will improve in the future

- Masari urged Nigerian citizens not to be discouraged about affairs in the country

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The governor of Katsina state, Aminu Masari, has stated that the challenges Nigeria is going through are part of the phases of growing up.

According to The Cable, Masari said Nigeria will conquer all odds and emerge as a stronger Nation.

Nigerian Governor Says Current Challenges Will Make the Nation Stronger
Governor Masari said Nigeria occupies a strategic position in Africa. Photo|: @GovernorMasari
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The governor made the statement on Monday, April 26, when speaking with a delegation from the House of Representatives who paid him a visit over the fire incidents in the state.

He stated that some countries have experienced worse challenges than Nigeria has faced.

Masari said:

‘’Looking at history from various parts of the world, countries have gone through worst situations and have emerged stronger, more united, more determined, and purposeful.

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“I do believe, with determination and perseverance, we can conquer all odds.
“Because we have the ability, the capacity, the resources, both human and otherwise to deal with the current situation.''

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Vanguard reported that the governor advised Nigerians to unite and focus on solving the country’s problems, rather than trading blame.

He also urged federal lawmakers to step up and address the country’s challenges.

Meanwhile, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has said those behind Nigeria's insecurity will soon be dealt with.

According to The Punch, the party said President Muhammadu Buhari and his administration are committed to bringing the criminals to book.

The APC disclosed this in a statement signed by its national secretary, Senator John Akpanudoedehe, in Abuja, on Monday, April 26.

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In another news, the Niger governor, Abubakar Bello, has disclosed that Boko Haram members were responsible for the attacks on communities in the state.

The Nation reported that the governor said that the Boko Haram elements had taken over Kaure axis in Shiroro local government area in the state.

Bello made this known when he visited the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) camp at IBB Primary School in Minna on Monday, April 26.


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