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Nigeria at 60: Igbo Youth Assembly lauds Buhari on performance

by News Echo

As Nigeria celebrates her 60 years independence anniversary, the foremost Igbo youth socio- cultural organization, Igbo Youth Assembly Worldwide, has lauded President Muhammadu Buhari on his performance and achievements so far.

They commended him especially in the area of job creation, fight against corruption, insurgency, youth empowerment and agricultural revolution.

The group tasked Nigerians home and in diaspora to always promotes national unity and peace for even development.

This is contained in a statement signed by the President- General and Secretary General, of the organization, Mr Ifeanyi Nwaudunna and Casmir Irekamba and made available to journalists in Owerri, on Thursday, the Independence Day.

Excerpts of the statements read:”As Nigeria marks her diamond jubilee anniversary, there are so many achievements and successes of President Muhammadu Buhari led APC administration which should put citizens in celebration mood today”.

“The massive infrastructural developments that spread across the country, the construction and re-construction of so many roads, rail stations, bridges, including the second Niger bridge, the improvement on electricity supply and agricultural revolution through the home grown economy policy have shored up the economy.
“Today, Buhari’s government has put Nigeria on the path of food security and sufficiency.

The local content policy has shown that Nigeria can eat and be sustained with what the country has produced.
“Youth restiveness has drastically reduced because of the social investment programmes of Buhari’s administration, as several youths have been gainfully engaged through the N-Power, Trader – Money, Grants and loans. The fight against corruption is yielding positive result. President Buhari’s administration has recovered looted funds. Nigeria is now winning the war against insurgency, kidnapping, militancy and banditry”, the statement concluded.

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