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Thursday, 23 July 2015

The aide of Okoroawusa the agent of Sokoto caliphate counsels Ndigbo over Paedophile Buhari’s appointment

As mixed reactions continued to trail the recent appointment by President Muhammadu Buhari, people of the South East region, have been urged to  exercise restraint in making quick conclusions that they will be  marginalized under the Buhari’s administration.
The Special Assistant to the Imo State Governor and Liaison Officer, Lagos, Alfred Ononugbo, made this plea   on yesterday, while speaking at a press conference in Lagos, to announce a  Solidarity Rally and Grand Reception in honour of Governor Rochas Okorocha  of Imo State, on Saturday, July 25, at the National Arts Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos.
Ononugbo, who affirmed that Ndigbo  cannot be relegated to the background as one of the tripod legs holding Nigeria, however advised that the Buhari administration should be given time to  digest the degree of challenge ahead in order to make appropriate selection in his appointments.
Disclosing that the programme was put up by the Imo State Liaison Office, Lagos in collaboration with  South East APC forum, South East Communities in Lagos, he said: “You can’t talk about Nigeria without Ndigbo, and you can’t talk about Ndigbo without Nigeria. So, we want to make it clear through this  Solidarity Rally and Grand Reception in honour of the Imo State Governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha ,  that we are part of the Nigerian project, that we are stakeholders in the Nigerian project.
“We trust our leaders and we feel it’s too early to begin to make deductions. The fact that APC stood for merit underscores the situation on ground at the moment. I think we should allow the Buhari administration find its feet. The administration is studying the situation of the country, because the APC met a totally broken down infrastructure and system in the country.

Source vanguard

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