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Buhari wants recession exit to impact on masses

President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday in Daura, Katsina State, said the real impact of coming out recession will be better felt when ordinary Nigerians experience a change in their living conditions.

He said on Tuesday in Daura, Katsina State, he hosted visiting President of Niger, Alhaji Mahamadou Issoufou.

Buhari told journalists that he was “very happy’’ to hear the country was finally out of recession, but the real gain should be improved conditions for Nigerians.

Responding to questions from journalists, the President said: “Certainly I should be happy for what it is worth. I am looking forward to ensuring that the ordinary Nigerian feels the impact.’’

Buhari commended all the managers of the economy for their hard work and commitment, and stressed that more work needed to be done to improve the growth rate.

“Until coming out of recession translates into meaningful improvement in peoples’ lives, our work cannot be said to be done,’’ he said.

In his remarks, the Nigerien President said he was most delighted to see President Buhari in good health and prayed that the almighty God would continue to strengthen him.

Issoufou said he used the opportunity of the visit to discuss some bilateral and regional issues with President Buhari.

The issues included the fight against Boko Haram, the economic challenges in the Lake Chad Basin and other developmental concerns that directly affect the livelihood of the citizens of both countries.

The Nigerien President was accompanied on the visit by a former Prime Minister, Dr.Hamid Algabid, and the President of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council of Niger, Moussa Moumouni Djermakoye.

President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday in Daura, Katsina State, said the real impact of coming out recession will be better felt when ordinary Nigerians experience a change in their living conditions.

He said on Tuesday in Daura, Katsina State, he hosted visiting President of Niger, Alhaji Mahamadou Issoufou.

Buhari told journalists that he was “very happy’’ to hear the country was finally out of recession, but the real gain should be improved conditions for Nigerians.

Responding to questions from journalists, the President said: “Certainly I should be happy for what it is worth. I am looking forward to ensuring that the ordinary Nigerian feels the impact.’’

Buhari commended all the managers of the economy for their hard work and commitment, and stressed that more work needed to be done to improve the growth rate.

“Until coming out of recession translates into meaningful improvement in peoples’ lives, our work cannot be said to be done,’’ he said.

In his remarks, the Nigerien President said he was most delighted to see President Buhari in good health and prayed that the almighty God would continue to strengthen him.

Issoufou said he used the opportunity of the visit to discuss some bilateral and regional issues with President Buhari.

The issues included the fight against Boko Haram, the economic challenges in the Lake Chad Basin and other developmental concerns that directly affect the livelihood of the citizens of both countries.

The Nigerien President was accompanied on the visit by a former Prime Minister, Dr.Hamid Algabid, and the President of the Economic, Social and Cultural Council of Niger, Moussa Moumouni Djermakoye.

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BUHARI, AGAIN EMPHASIS NIGERIANS FREE TO LIVE AND WORK ANY WHERE IN THE COUNTRY.

Muhammadu-BuhariPresident Muhammadu Buhari said yesterday in his hometown of Daura, Katsina State, that every Nigerian could live and work anywhere in the country, irrespective of background, underscoring once again the constitutional right of citizens and the stand of his government against recent hate speeches.

Buhari made the comment when he received the governor of Katsina State, Alhaji Aminu Masari, as part of the Eid-el-Kabir festivities,

The tricky national convention of the ruling All Progressives Congress and internal dissensions in some of its local chapters would dominate discussions during a planned meeting between Buhari and the leadership of the party. The meeting is billed to hold shortly after the Moslem Eid-el-Kabir holiday.

Some groups and individuals from Buhari’s native northern Nigeria and the southern parts of the country had of late engaged in a mutual tirade of hate speeches and actions, leading to months of tension.

Things came to a head when on June 6 some youth groups in northern Nigeria, under the aegis of Coalition of Northern Groups, met in Kaduna and issued a three-month ultimatum to Nigerians of Igbo extraction to quit the North or face “visible actions” of isolation beginning from October 1, Nigeria’s national day.

But The President emphasised in his national broadcast on August 21 that Nigerians were free to reside anywhere in the country, in apparent mention of his government’s position on the so-called quit notice to Igbos. Though, the groups have backtracked on their ultimatum.

While receiving Masari, who was accompanied on the visit by the Emir of Daura, Alhaji Faruk Umar Faruk, and members of the state executive council, Buhari reiterated his administration’s commitment to guarantee the security of every citizen and protect them from harassment by reason of state of origin, tribe or ethnic background.

 

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