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Buhari gives recipe for Nigeria’s woes

Speaking during the launch of a book written in honour of one of Nigeria’s founding fathers, late Joseph S. Tarka, at the Kaduna international trade…

Speaking during the launch of a book written in honour of one of Nigeria’s founding fathers, late Joseph S. Tarka, at the Kaduna international trade fair complex, the former head of state said the country has all what is required to grow.

“We need to reflect deeply and get this country forward. We are lucky to have all that is required to grow. We have the human and material resources to grow. Let us put heads together to get this country forward for the benefit of all,’’ he said.

While extolling the leadership qualities of Nigeria’s founding fathers, he said late Joseph S. Tarka contributed immensely during the pre and post independent period of the country.

The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, in his address, described the late Joseph S. Tarka as a true Nigerian who fought and died for the peaceful co-existence of the country. Represented by the Emir of Zazzau, Dr Shehu Idris, the Sultan advocated the re-orientation of the present politicians in the country.

“The ways our founding fathers played their politics were not the way our present politicians are conducting their political activities. We need real political education and for us to have it, there must be understanding and vision among all irrespective of any differences,” he stressed.

In his address, Governor Mohammed Namadi Sambo of Kaduna state described the late Joseph S. Tarka as one of the charismatic leaders who laid a solid foundation for the development of the country.

Governor Sambo who launched the book with the sum of N2 million, said good leadership is about meeting the developmental needs of the people.


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