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Emir hails Gov. Ugwuanyi on peaceable co-existence with Northern group in Enugu



Emir hails Gov. Ugwuanyi on peaceful co-existence with Northern community in Enugu

The Emir of Bichi, Dr. Nasiru Ado Bayero, has expressed gratitude to Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State for the peace the Northern group has been having fun with within the state, below his administration.

The Emir of Bichi advised Gov. Ugwuanyi that his administration’s dedication to nationwide integration and peaceable co-existence of all Nigerians in Enugu State, regardless of tribe, faith and political variations is “well acknowledged”, including that “we will not forget that; we will be grateful to you forever”.

Dr. Ado Bayero additionally appreciated the standard rulers in Enugu State, stressing that based mostly on “your relationship with the Northern community in your own local communities, our reports from them have been positive; so we are very grateful”.

Speaking when Gov. Ugwuanyi performed host to him on the Government House, Enugu, the Emir, who’s the youthful brother to the Emir of Kano, Aminu Ado Bayero, used the chance to guarantee the governor that “again in Kano State, we’ll defend your curiosity; we’ll be sure that any Igbo man or another Nigerian who lives Kano is protected.

He maintained that “our relationship has grown beyond now and we will not allow this to grow any bad situation”.

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The Emir, due to this fact, lauded Gov. Ugwuanyi for his hospitality and unusual management fashion anchored on peace, safety, inclusive and good governance.

Describing his go to to Enugu State as a homecoming, he narrated the enduring relationship his late father, Ado Bayero, loved along with his Igbo associates, particularly when he was the Chancellor of the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) for over 20 years.

He disclosed that his go to to the state was “to build that bridge between the Northern Nigeria and this part of Nigeria, the East”, stressing: “We shall continue to build that bridge; we shall continue to make sure that Nigeria remains one and despite all of these, we shall remain brothers by the grace of God”.

Janet Feranmi, a first-class graduate in Mass Communication. She graduated 2017. A Content Creator, lover of Dog. She writes for Daily news and also for

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