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You’re A Symbol Of Service, Dedication

President Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated the Governor of Kebbi State and Chairman of the Progressives Governors Forum (PGF), Atiku Bagudu, on the occasion of his 61st birthday.

In a congratulatory message by his spokesman, Garba Shehu, on Monday in Abuja, the president described Bagudu as a symbol of service and dedication.

The Nigerian leader also described the Kebbi governor as a capable leader, adding that he carries out his duties with incomparable hard work and creativity.

Buhari, therefore, prayed that God should grant Bagudu the strength and health to achieve all his goals.

In a similar vein, the president congratulated Governor Oluseyi Makinde of Oyo State on the occasion of his 55th birthday anniversary.

He described the governor as a visionary politician with a strong commitment to the progress and well-being of the nation.

The President, therefore, wished the Oyo governor a very happy birthday and prayed to God for his good health and long life.

Again, Bishop Kukah Knocks Buhari, Says APC Failed To Fulfil 2015 Promises

The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan-Kukah, has again knocked the Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government for failing to fulfil the promises it made ahead of the 2015 general elections.

Recall that Kukah had in a Christmas day sermon titled: “Let us turn a new leaf” accused Buhari of leaving Nigerians more vulnerable and the country more corrupt than when he assumed power in 2015.

Also speaking on Monday in a television programme, Bishop Kukah said the present administration is full of nepotism and corruption.

According to the clergyman, no government can allow one person to steal N12 billion without figuring out how the money was being moved.

Ahead of the 2023 election, Bishop Kukah called on Nigerians to speak up and hold their political leaders accountable for their promises.

While stating that Nigerians did not as the Buhari Govt to make promises in 2015, he said it was his and Nigerians’ responsibility to make sure they fulfil such promises.

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