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Gen. Abdulsalami Call On Nigerians To Live In Peace

Abdulsalami Abubakar is a retired Nigerian Army General who was military President of Nigeria

One time Military Head of State, General Abdusalami Abubakar, has urged the citizens of Nigeria to live in peace with one another.

Abubakar said this on Thursday in Gusau, Zamfara, while responding to questions from journalists.

He advised those agitating for the restructuring of the country to follow due process and the rule of law.

Abubakar said that Nigeria had evolved through a long history which began as a region, expanding to additional regions up to what are now the 36 states and the FCT.

He said that the present administration was doing its best to restore the country’s lost glory and that this could only be achieved through the support of all Nigerians.

He said that he was in the state to check on his mining site in order to boost its potential, especially, now that the Federal Government was focusing on the non-oil sectors.

The former head of state commended the state government for the provision of infrastructure in the state.

Agency reports, that Abubakar was earlier received by the state deputy governor, Mallam Ibrahim Wakkala, who assured him of the state government’s willingness to support investors by providing them an enabling environment.



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