Former Vice President Namadi Sambo has tasked Nigerians, particularly youth, to emulate the good leadership virtues of the late Premier of Northern Nigeria and Sardauna of Sokoto, Sir Ahmadu Bello.
The former vice president said emulating the good leadership style of the late premier of not discriminating against anybody based on religion or ethnic affiliation shouldn’t be for present leaders only but even their followers for the unity of this country.
He spoke at the commemoration of the Sardauna of Sokoto, and Investiture of Radio Nigeria Kaduna Grand Patrons, and Patrons Award organised by the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ), FRCN Kaduna Chapter, held at Arewa House Kaduna yesterday.
Sambo, who was represented by Ahmed Maiyaki -the former Director-General of Media to former Kaduna State Governor Ramalan Yero – said the youth must learn to be honest and change their attitude in their dealings with fellow individuals irrespective of religious affiliations.
Similarly, former Zamfara State Governor Sani Yariman Bakura, represented by Senator Abdullahi Bala Adamu, described the late premier as a good man and called on education ministries in the region to organise excursions for school children to historical centers like Arewa House to learn more about the founding fathers of the region, saying this would make the children appreciate their efforts in future.