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Support groups commend Buhari’s choice of ministers


Abuja –  The Coalition of All Progressives Congress (APC) Support Groups has commended President Muhammadu Buhari on the choice of ministers for his cabinet.

Amb. Sokari Afiesimama, the Interim National Publicity Secretary of the groups, made the commendation in a statement issued in Abuja on Friday, saying that Nigerians were satisfied with the president’s choice.

“We know the ministers well and we are sure that these are people with high integrity, majority of who had previously served Nigeria with proven reputation.

“We, therefore, commend the president for keeping to his promise of fishing out only the best to serve the country.

“We enjoin the new ministers to use their experiences to assist Buhari to win the war against Boko Haram insurgency,’’ the statement quoted him as saying.

Afiesmama also urged the Federal Government to develop the Niger Delta region, intensify fight against corruption, create more jobs and ensure youth and women development, among others.

He stressed the need to mobilise all the APC members in Kogi and Bayelsa for the forthcoming governorship elections in the two states.
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The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Kogi election comes up Nov.21 while the Bayelsa poll is slated for Dec. 5.

Afiesmama also urged Nigeria youths to support the Buhari administration.

“We advise Nigeria youths to remain steadfast and focus in their dream of building a new Nigeria of their choice and not be carried away by the antics of people who deceive Nigerians.

“We are, therefore, embarking on sensitisation and awareness campaign to the grassroots to keep the people well informed of government’s desire to build a redeemed, reliable and strong Nigeria.

“This remains the only way that the youths can contribute to building a strong and united Nigeria,’’ the statement said.(NAN)

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