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Names Of Local Governments That Will Benefit From FG 774,000 Job Opportunity

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Festus Keyamo -SAN (the Honourable Minister of State, Labour and Employment ) has announced the inauguration a twenty man committee set up in each states of the federation to handle the 774,000 Federal Government Job. The 774,000 job is scheduled to kick off from October to December, 2020. The job will have 1000 beneficiary from each of the selected Local Government Areas.

Below is a concise list of South South States Committee.

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Abia State

I. Arochukwu

II. Isuikwuato

III. Ugwunagbo

IV. Ukwa East

V. Ukwa West

VI. Umu Nneochi

VII. Umahia North

VIII. Umahia South

IX. Osisioma

X. Isiala Ngwa North

XI. Isiala Ngwa South

XII. Aba South

XIII. Aba North

XIV. Obi Ngwa

XV. Ohafia

XVI. Bende

XVII. Ikwuano

Selected Committee Members for Abia State

1. Sunday Ajala—————————Chairmam

2. Lady Victoria Onwubiko———Vice Chairman

3. Uzoateuegwu Chijioke————–Secretary

4. Eze Linus Mba

5. Eze Franklin Nwosu

6. Eze Nelson Nmerengwa

7. Chief Mrs. Lovina

8. Chief Onwunaruwa Onuoha

9. Hon. Emmanuel Eke

10. Princess Ugochi Dike

11. Dr. Chinasa Obenwa

12. Dr. Iyke Ajuzieogu

13. Apostle Ge Emmanuel Agomoh

14. Bishop Nathan Kanu

15. Alhaji Sulyman Ukandu

16. Nwabueze Onwumere

17. Mrs. Jemima Kalu

18. Eze Job

19. Lady Jane Ogbauta

20. Ndubuisi Ike

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Akwa Ibom State

I. Abak

II. Eastern Obolo

III. Eket

IV. Esit Eket

V. Etim Ekpo

VI. Etinan

VII. Ibeno

VIII. Ibesikpo Asutan

IX. Ika

X. Ikono

XI. Ikot Ekpene

XII. Itu

XIII. Mbo

XIV. Mkpat Enin

XV. Ikot Abasi

XVI. Nsit Atai

XVII. Nsit Ubium

XVIII. Obot Akara

XIX. Okobo

XX. Onna

XXI. Oruk Anam

XXII. Udung Uko

XXIII. Ukanafun

XXIV. Urue-Offong/Oruko

XXV. Uruan

XXVI. Essien Udim

XXVII. Ibiono-Ibom

XXVIII. Ini

XXIX. Nsit Ibom

XXX. Oron

Selected Committee Members for Akwa Ibom State

1. Catherine Udi————————–Chairman

2. Inyang Uyah————————Vice Chairman

3. Ekah Bassey—————————–Secretary

4. Dr. Valerie Obot

5. Rev. Dr. Ndueso Ekwere

6. Dr. Ndehe Esitikot

7. Chief Paul Akpan

8. Chief David Etuk

9. Chief Akpekong Imeh

10. Idongesit Okon

11. Mfon Ukpe

12. Nsikak Udo

13. Imam Muhammad Adamu

14. Bridget Udo

15. Idongesit Okon

16. Mercy Ating

17. Thomas Thomas

18. Godwin David

19. Emem Paul

20. Nse Ebritam

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Anambra State

I. Anambra East

II. Anambra West

III. Akwa South

IV. Akwa North

V. Nnewi South

VI. Nnewi North

VII. Orumba North

VIII. Orumba South

IX. Idemili North

X. Idemili South

XI. Anaocha

XII. Ekwusigo

XIII. Onitsha South

XIV. Onitsha North

XV. Njikoka

XVI. Dunukifia

XVII. Ihiala

XVIII. Ayamelum

XIX. Ogbaru

XX. Oyi

XXI. Aguata

Selected Committee Members for Anambra State

1. Chief Uzo Igbonwa———————-Chairman

2. Hon. Joseph Ofokansi ———-Vice Chairman

3. Ufelle Chika —————————-Secretary

4. Igwe Bob Orji

5. Igwe Kris Onyekwuluye

6. Igwe Peter Uyanna

7. Engr. Ibrahim Adike

8. Dr. Ralph Agwuna

9. Fr. John Manafa

10. Rev. Dr. John Ndubisi

11. Barr. Okonkwo Okom

12. Mrs. Ekwy Onyidoh

13. Mr. Obaelue Aniekwe

14. Emmanuel Nwosu

15. Mr. Paul Ezeobi

16. Pauline Orakwe

17. Augustine Udeozor

18. Mr. Leo Okafor

19. Ifeoma Nwadike

20. Nneoma Ofiaeli

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Bayelsa State

I. Ekeremor

II. Kolokuma/ Opokuma

Iii. Nembe

IV. Ogbia

V. Sagbama

VI. Southern Ijaw

VII. Yenagoa

Selected Committee Members for Bayelsa

1. Barr. Fitzgerald Olorogun———–Chairman

2. Dr. Ebimotimi Okpoi—————Vice Chairman

3. Osuchukwu Ahamefule—————–Secretary

4. Hrm. Charles Owaba

5. Hrm. King W. Igbugburu

6. HRM. King Joel Ibane

7. Archbishop Jacob Dei

8. Hon. Mrs. Vivian Ere-Emanangha

9. Hon. Omubo Ebinimi

10. Hon. Alfred Egba

11. Barr. Emmanuel Igwoku

12. Barr. Timiebieri Woko

13. Mrs.Bolouarekemefa Okoro

14. Collins Cocodia

15. Comrade Emmah Dinyoerinyu

16. Mr. Famous Anthony

17. Gabriel Jonah

18. Joseph Kalizibe

19. Alhaji Abdurrahman Eneware

20. Mrs. Okuwa Ebimoghan

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Cross Rivers State

I. Odukpani

II. Calabar South

III. Akpabuyo

IV. Bakassi

V. Bekwarra

VI. Akamkpa

VII. Abi

VIII. Boki

IX. Ikom

X. Ogoja

XI. Obubra

XII. Yakuur

XIII. Obanliku

XIV. Biase

XV. Yala

XVI. Obudu

XVII. Calabar Municipal

XVIII. Etung

Selected Committee Members for Cross River State

1. Barr.Maria Ukapanyang—————–Chairman

2. Martins Bisong———————-Vice Chairman

3. Gabriel Udam ————————–Secretary

4. HRH Onun Oyono

5. HRH Bob Mbina

6. HRH Uhi Olenye

7. Hon. Gowon Igiri

8. Archbishop Joseph Ukpo

9. Ekpeyong Cobham

10. Ms. Joy Ben

11. Philomena Asibe

12. Alhaji Mohammed Okoofaiye

13. Felicia Edama

14. Sylvester Okpo

15. Godwin Efa

16. Mike Abang

17. Tina Egomi

18. Mr. Efa Edem

19. Odey Agba

20. Agatha Kanjal

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Delta State

I. Burutu

II. Isoko North

III. Isoko South

IV. Oshimili South

V. Oshimili North

VI. Ughelli North

VII. Ughelli South

VIII. Warri South

IX. Warri South West

X. Warri North

XI. Okpe

XII. Ika South

XIII. Udu

XIV. Bomadi

XV. Aniocha South

XVI. Ika North East

XVII. Ndokwa West

XVIII. Sapele

XIX. Uvwie

XX. Aniocha North

XXI. Ethiope West

XXII. Ndokwa East

XXIII. Patani

XXIV. Ukwuani Uvwie

Selected Committee Members for Delta State

1. Prof. Kelly Ejumudo ——————-Chairman

2. Mrs. Eva Nwanze ——————Vice Chairman

3. Olu Anthony ——————————-Secretary

4. Hon. Funkeye Wurus

5. Hon. High Uyoyou Edhekpo

6. Prof. Eric Eboh

7. Dr. Chief Samuel Eshenake

8. Snr. Ap. D. Sylvan Okorote

9. Mrs. Ese Ahulonu

10. Otega Osiwe

11. Amos Osigidi

12. Mr. Dennis Araruo

13. Mrs. Ufuoma Egbekoba

14. Onyejekwe Oranyeli

15. Mike Odeli

16. Alhaji Abdulasalam Ekpuza

17. Amaka Nwafor

18. Mr. Dennis Araruo

19. Emmanuel Etito

20. Kema Amadi Emina

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Edo State

I. Akoko Edo

II. Egor

III. Esan Central

IV. Esan North-East

V. Esan South East

VI. Esan West

VII. Etsako Central

VIII. Etsako East

IX. Etsako West

X. Ikpoba Okha

XI. Orhionmwan

XII. Oredo

XIII. Ovia North East

XIV. Ovia South West

XV. Owan East

XVI. Owan West

XVII. Uhunmwonde etc

Selected Committee Members for Edo State

1. Prof. Sam Guobadia ——————-Chairman

2. Mrs. Patricia Otaigbe————-Vice Chairman

3. Edegbai Ayodele——————–Secretary

4. HRH. Aliru Ikelebe

5. HRH. Aidenojie Ehidiamen

6. HRH. Alh. Aliru Momoh

7. Hon. Maureen Ekhoragbon

8. Chief Odion Olaye

9. Mr. Frank Irabor

10. Rt. Rev. P. Imasuen

11. Mustapha Buddy

12. Mrs. Blacky Ogiamen

13. Marxist Kola Edokpayi

14. Osobase Ebahi

15. Uwagboe Joshua

16. Obaze Emike

17. Iyabode Lawal

18. Mr. Frank Irabor

19. Mr. Edwin Asibo

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Ebonyi State

I. Abakaliki

II. Afikpo North

III. Afikpo South

IV. Ebonyi

V. Ezza North

VI. Izzi

VII. Ishielu

VIII. Ikwo

IX. Ivo

X. Ohaukwu

XI. Onicha

XII. Ezza South

XIII. Ohaozara

Selected Committee Members for Ebonyi State

1. Arc.Dr. Edward —————————–Chairman

2. Chief Henry Ude——————–Vice Chairman

3. Use Okafor—————————–Secretary

4. Engr. Celestine Nwafor

5. Chief Mrs. Fidelia Mbam

6. HRH. Eze Agom Eze

7. HRH. Eze Hyacinth Ijere

8. HRH. Eze Basil Nwafor

9. Rev. Dr. Abraham

10. Dr. Fr. Abraham Nwali

11. Princess Nwanyibuife Agom-Eze

12. Chief Mathias Adum

13. Sheikh Haroun Ajah

14. Barr. Adline Origum

15. Mr. Friday Unachi

16. Chief Anthony Ewa

17. Ifeanyi Nwibo

18. Edwin Oke

19. Chibuzor Ekeroku

20. Eko Iduma

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Enugu State

I. Aninri

II. Awgu

III. Enugu East

IV. Enugu North

V. Ezeagu

VI. Igbo Etiti

VII. Igbo Eze North

VIII. Igbo Eze South

IX. Nkanu East

X. Nkanu West

XI. Nsukka

XII. Oji River

XIII. Udi

XIV. Uzo-uwani

XV. Isi

XVI. Uzo

XVII. Udenu

Selected Committee Members for Enugu State

1. Chief Gbazueagu Gbazueagu——–Chairman

2. Hon. Anayo Edeh——————-Vice Chairman

3. Chika Onah ————————————Secretary

4. Prof. Chinwuba Owo

5. Igwe Emmanuel Nnamchi

6. Igwe Harold Eke

7. Hon. Matthew Asogwa

8. Igwe Patrick Okoro

9. JP Ani Chekwube

10. Dr. Mrs. Ogochukwu Okanya

11. Miss Anita Isamade

12. Miss Esther Ogbuefi

13. Miss Oge Nnamene

14. Prince Frank Ugwu

15. Sheik Adam Idoko

16. Mr. Okpe Kyrian

17. Comrade Fidelis Edeh

18. Mr. Dan Okoli

19. Ngozika Ozioko

20. Mr. Ndubusi Ani

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Imo State

I. Ehime Mbano

II. Ihitte/Uboma

III. Ohaji/Egbema

IV. Ngor Okpala

V. Mbaitoli

VI. Obowo

VII. Owerri West

VIII. Owerri Municipal

IX. Orsu

X. Oru East

XI. Unimo

XII. Aboh Mbaise

XIII. Ahiazu Mbaise

XIV. Ideato South

XV. Ikeduru

XVI. Isiala Mbano

XVII. Nkwo

XVIII. Okigwe

XIX. Njaba etc

Selected Committee Members for Imo State

1. Okenze Obinna ——————————Chairman

2. Hon. Chuk Ama-Nwauwa——-Vice Chairman

3. Lady Ngozi Iheanacho ——————Secretary

4. HRH Eze Uchegbu

5. HRH Eze Nwamara

6. HRH Eze Duruogbusuo

7. HRH. Eze Alj Desmond

8. Dr. Christopher Obiukwu

9. Dr. Harold Onumuo

10. Chief Herbert Iwuji

11. Dr. James Okoroma

12. Mrs. Ngozi Ukaegbu

13. Ogechi Peters

14. Piratic Durueke

15. Miss Ogad Anyanwu

16. Prof. Chiedozie Eze

17. Apostle Iheanyichi Godsom-Ibeji

18. Kelvin Nwanwaka

19. Kelechi Obi

20. Lady Ekwutosi Nnadi

Beneficiary Local Government Areas in Rivers State

I. Abua/Odual

II. Bonny

III. Gokana

IV. Khana

V. Etche

VI. Degema

VII. Ahoada East

VIII. Ahoado West

IX. Ikwerre

X. Ogu/Bolo

XI. Okrika

XII. Port Harcourt

XIII. Eleme

XIV. Oyigbo

XV. Asari-Toru

XVI. Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni

XVII. Akuku Toru

XVIII. Onne

XIX. Tai

XX. Omuma

Selected Committee Members for Rivers State

1. Dr. Innocent Barikor———————–Chairman

2. Hon. Sunny Ogide——————Vice Chairman

3. Felix Kpegasi —————————Secretary

4. Chief Engr. Opubo Cotterell

5. Hon. Fubara Ohaka

6. Barr. Erastus Awortu

7. HRM Orlu Oriebe

8. Alabo Dappa

9. Apostle Stanley Dimkpa

10. Mr. Maxwell Mpi

11. Promise Green

12. Mr. Olaka Olaka

13. Mr. Sampson Egop

14. Mrs. Joyce Ali

15. Alhaji Nasir Uwhor

16. Chief Monday Eleazar

17. Miss Juliet Karibo

18. Miss Chinwe Austin

19. Mr. Wilson Karibo

20. Miss Winifred Lawson.

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It’s In The Interest Of Our Youths To Keep The Peace – President Buhari

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Nigerian youths would do well to keep the peace, as it is in their own interest ultimately, President Muhammadu Buhari has said.
The President spoke Monday at State House, Abuja, while receiving in audience the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina Mohammed, Nigeria’s former Minister of Environment.
“Our own generation is on the last lap, we are exiting,” President Buhari said in response to the recent EndSARS protest, and the mayhem and destruction of public and private property that came in its wake.

“It is in the interest of the youths to keep the peace. They want jobs, infrastructure and development. I have sent a team led by the Chief of Staff (Professor Ibrahim Gambari) to go round the country, talk to traditional rulers, who will then talk to the youths. The views of the youths have been heard,” the President added.
He said that the current administration inherited severe infrastructural deficits, “and that is what we are fighting to correct. We can’t just sit, fold our hands, and do nothing. We are doing our best within the limits of resources.”
President Buhari rued the fact that COVID-19 has shrunk the global economy, noting that “this is something you can’t see, smell, or hear,” but which has wrought devastation on lives and livelihoods round the world.

On climate change, he said Nigeria was concerned about the recharge of the Lake Chad, which has great implications on security, irregular migration, and livelihoods.

The Deputy Secretary-General said she was on a courtesy call with her team to flag interest on challenges that concern the UN, particularly COVID-19, climate change, security, and humanitarian responses to the diverse challenges.

Femi Adesina
Special Adviser to the President
(Media and Publicity)
November 9, 2020

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President Buhari Calls For Support Of Traditional Elders In Addressing Demands Of Nigerian Youths

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President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday in Abuja emphasized the imperative of support of traditional rulers in the administration’s determination to address the demands of the country’s youths.

At a meeting in the State House with a delegation of the National Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria led by the Sultan of Sokoto, His Eminence, Alhaji (Dr) Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III, the President told the royal fathers that “we have heard the loud cries of our youth and children, and we are attending to their concerns.”

He, however, stressed that “To succeed in all of this, we would require your support and voice to help amplify the message. Your proximity to the people places you in a unique position to communicate and ensure that our response is targeted and impactful.”

Describing their “role as guardians of our traditional values and culture” as most critical, the President urged them not to compromise their neutrality “because this is what significantly confers on you, your moral authority and legitimacy.”

According to President Buhari, his Chief of Staff, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, would lead senior government officials to various parts of the country “and directly engage with you as part of this process. He will be reporting back to me on your various perspectives.

“I want to once again thank you for the role you all have played to calm down our youth with wisdom and authority. By instilling hope and keeping the peace, you have rendered the country great service.”

While warning that “we cannot allow anybody or group to threaten the peace or sabotage these efforts,” the President restated that “strong, transparent efforts are underway to address those rogue elements of the Nigerian Police Force. Simultaneously, the Nigerian Police Force will also undergo much needed reform that covers welfare, working conditions, and code of conduct. That will usher in a more professional workforce.”

Recognizing the primary and important role of the monarchs in helping maintain peace and security in the country, the President expressed delight at their visit “given all that has happened recently in our country.”

While receiving the recommendations of the traditional rulers, he promised to study them and take appropriate action.

President Buhari had earlier drawn the attention of the eminent delegation to the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic on the world.

“We find ourselves in very turbulent times, with a global health pandemic that has been incredibly challenging. Economies have been crippled as the response to the pandemic has forced businesses to shut down or devise new means of transacting. For a country like ours, with a large informal economy, our citizens have been particularly hit.”

He noted, however, that his administration has “designed various schemes and taken many measures to soften the impact, despite our own revenue struggles as government,” while recognizing that “more needs to be done to cater to our fellow citizens, not just those in the urban areas but also those in rural areas.”

According to President Buhari, “I am also fully aware that our strong farming belts have been impacted by floods. While we have seen record levels of farm outputs and increased level of fertilizer utilization, government through the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and its agencies is working on how to help bring these farmers some relief.”

Admitting the enormity of these challenges and “our growing youth population,” the President declared:

“There is no hiding place regarding how we should address insecurity concerns, youth unemployment, job creation, boosting industrialization and preparing for a transition into a digital economy.”

Remarks were made by the Sultan of Sokoto and the Ooni of Ife, His Royal Majesty Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, while two foremost traditional rulers representing each geo-political zone also attended the meeting.

Femi Adesina
Special Adviser to the President
(Media & Publicity)
November 5, 2020

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President Buhari Urges Nigerians To Desist From Decisive Actions , Says Nigeria’s Unity Won At Great Cost – Femi Adesina

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President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday in Abuja appealed to Nigerians to desist from actions and comments that could jeopardise the unity and progress of the nation.

Launching the 2021 Armed Forces Remembrance Day (AFRD) Emblem and Appeal Fund, President Buhari said this year’s occasion reminds Nigerians of the need to guard jealously the unity of the nation which was won at great cost.

The President, who stressed that ‘‘Nigeria’s strength lies in her diversity’’, honoured the memory of the nation’s fallen heroes and veterans, recounting their sacrifices during the First and Second World Wars, the Nigerian Civil War and Peace Support Operations around the world.

President Buhari also paid tribute to men and women currently engaged in internal security operations, particularly the ongoing fight against insurgency, terrorism and armed banditry in some parts of the country, praising them for remaining steadfast in the difficult task of restoring peace and security despite the coronavirus pandemic.

”We honour the memory of our gallant officers and men who have paid the supreme sacrifice in order to keep the country united as one entity.

”The nation remains grateful for the efforts and sacrifice of the Armed Forces especially in the fight against insurgency and other internal security challenges confronting Nigeria.

”The Armed Forces Remembrance Day or Veterans Day as it is known in some parts of the world is an important event observed in commemoration of the end of the Second World War.

”In Commonwealth member countries, the Remembrance Day is observed on 11th November yearly. However, for us the date was changed to 15th January annually to accommodate the commemoration of the end of the Nigerian Civil War,’’ he said.

On security operations in the North West and North Central zones in the country, President Buhari expressed delight at the return of normalcy in some of the areas that previously witnessed security challenges.

”Our dear nation has witnessed numerous security challenges since independence.

”These security threats have undermined Nigeria in the areas of trade, investment and economy, education, health as well as agriculture and frequently denied Nigerians the freedom of movement.

”I am however pleased to state that a lot has been achieved in the Internal Security operations in the North West and North Central zones where in addition to Operations LAFIYA DOLE, HADARIN DAJI, HARBIN KUNAMA, WHIRL STROKE, other operations such as ACCORD, SAHEL SANITY and KATSINA were successfully launched.

”This has led to the return of normalcy in some of the affected areas. However, all hands must be on deck to check attacks on soft targets, ” he said.

The President, who restated that his administration will continue to forge useful alliances with neighbours and friends in the international community for the total defeat of the security threats affecting the sub-region, promised to ensure timely provision of adequate resources and necessary logistics support for the Armed Forces.

President Buhari further pledged that under his watch the Nigeria Armed Forces will operate with the best modern warfare equipment, with welfare issues receiving utmost attention.

”We are quite aware that it is our responsibility to provide a conducive environment that is devoid of security threats.

”I want to re-assure Nigerians that security being one of the pillars of this administration will continue to be at the forefront until peace and security are restored in the country,’’ he said.

The President also used the occasion to reassure Nigerians of his administration’s commitment to creating an environment in which all citizens and foreigners are guaranteed freedom and returns on investments.

He, therefore, urged business enterprises to render discounts and rebates to men and women in uniform as a symbol of appreciation for their sacrifices, saying ‘‘this kind gesture will make life easier for them and deepen their patriotism’’.

On support for families of members of the Armed Forces who died in active service, President Buhari acknowledged that the unfortunate cost of the fight against insurgency and other internal security challenges was the unavoidable loss of lives of some gallant compatriots.

”The reality is that the spouses and defendants of these bread-winners in most cases experience trauma and deprivation. However, we can be of support to them to lighten their burdens especially in light of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

”I therefore call on all to spare a thought for them and take positive steps to come to their aid,” he said, commending charity organisations engaged in the noble cause of bringing succour to the families of fallen heroes and veterans.

Speaking as the Grand Patron of the Nigerian Legion, the President expressed delighted that the Nigerian legion has continued to be a rallying point of veterans, doing a lot in catering for the welfare of ailing members

”To ensure that our veterans continue to share the comradeship that existed while in Service and that their welfare is adequately catered for, the Federal Government established the Nigerian Legion as well as fully paid all pension arrears of veterans,” he said.

He urged State Governors, who are patrons of Legions in their respective States, as well as Nigerians, to continue to support and participate in the Legion’s initiatives in the areas of transportation, agriculture and housing development.

The President called on Nigerians and other residents in the country to procure and wear the emblems with pride in order to identify with those who laid down their lives for the peace and security of the county.

”I encourage all to donate generously in support of our veterans and dependents of our fallen heroes,” he said.

President Buhari announced a donation of N10 million to the Nigerian Legion.

In his address of welcome, the Minister of Defence, Major General Bashir Magashi (Rtd) called on members of the civil society, religious and political leaders, the academia as well as the media to educate and enlighten Nigerians on the need to recognize and appreciate the sacrifices of gallant compatriots in uniform.

He also encouraged Nigerians to procure and wear the emblem to boost the morale of serving personnel.

In his remarks, the Chairman Nigerian Legion, Brigadier General Adakole Jones Akpa (Rtd), thanked President Buahri for his unrelenting support to the ex-servicemen, particularly in ensuring the prompt payment of pensions.

Akpa, who also recognized the presence and support of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Senate President Ahmed Lawan, Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila, members of the Diplomatic Corps and the Service Chiefs, to the Nigerian Legion, said despite the challenges facing the country:

”God is with Nigeria. We should sing the Nigerian song as nobody will sing it for us. ”

During the emblem launch ceremony, the Chairman Nigerian Legion decorated President Buhari and Vice President Osinbajo with the 2021 AFRD emblem.

Femi Adesina
Special Adviser to the President
(Media & Publicity)
October 28, 2020↵

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