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Buhari Always Welcome In South-east For Combating Civil Conflict – Igwe Nevobasi

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The Ezeani II of Mmaku Kingdom, Awgu Local Authorities Location of Enugu Remark has stated that for struggling with for the solidarity of Nigeria as a young military officer, President Muhammadu Buhari would always be welcome in any half of the country, in particular the South-east.
Naija News reports that the Nigerian Civil Conflict became as soon as fought from 6 July 1967 to 15 January 1970 as a approach of protecting Nigeria a united country.

The monarch, who spoke at the Presidential Villa while on a courtesy test with to Mr. Femi Adesina, Particular Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, talked about other than the war of solidarity fought by the young Buhari, the President has equally performed many issues for the South-east.

He talked about, “See at the Second River Niger Bridge, which is going on at a frenetic inch. Enugu World Airport has a trace fresh runway and is now in verbalize. The Enugu-Port Harcourt Parkway, Onitsha-Enugu road, and just a few others are additionally issues to level at within the distance.

“We thank President Buhari for all he has performed for Nigeria in six years. It has now not been straightforward attributable to many challenges, in particular safety, but the correct work continues. Igbos would always welcome and toughen him, and we bustle him now not to relent in his efforts to retain the country collectively,” he added.

Igwe Nevobasi, who had bestowed the previous title of Isimmri 1 of Mmaku (Main Source of Water) on Buhari in 2018, talked about he did so “because we price the person, luxuriate in his luxuriate in for country, and for us within the South-east in particular.”

The previous ruler expressed optimism that aloof and peace would soon return to the distance, because the previous institution became as soon as working arduous to engender reconciliation, and aloof frayed nerves.

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