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Northern Governors Hail Jonathan at 55

20 Nov 2012

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Governor of Niger State, Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu

By Aisha Wakaso

The Northern States Governors Forum (NSGF) has said the best tribute to pay to President Goodluck Jonathan, who turns 55 today, is to join hands and work with his administration to enable him succeed.

Chairman of the forum and Governor of Niger State, Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu, who made this known on behalf of the Forum in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary (CPS), Danladi Ndayebo, in Minna Monday, said Nigerians should expect more dividend of democracy.

Aliyu added that within a space of two and a half years, President Jonathan had touched the lives of Nigerians in many positives ways and has stamped a seal of excellence in all the spheres of our national life.

He said the forum was proud of President Jonathan’s landmark achievements and remarkable leadership qualities which he has wonderfully exhibited in accelerating the growth and development of Nigeria and the African continent as a whole.

The statement made reference to the progress made in critical sectors of the economy as Agriculture, wealth creation, education, citizen diplomacy and other laudable programmes which are anchored on the administration’s transformation agenda.

The forum said it believed that President Jonathan had a lot more to offer Nigerians and called on Nigerians to join hands with the President to move the nation forward.

The forum prayed God to grant President Jonathan excellent health, courage and many more years of selfless service to Nigeria and humanity.

Tags: Politics, Featured, Nigeria, ACN, NSGF, CPS

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