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MSSN tells Buhari -Address calls for reformation of Nigeria

MSSN tells Buhari -Address calls for reformation of Nigeria


MSSN tells Buhari -Address calls for reformation of Nigeria

The Muslim Students of Nigeria (MSSN) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to address the ongoing calls for restructuring of the country.

MSSN while felicitating with the President over his return to the country, tasked him to be more dogged, resolute and focus more on the war against corruption and threat to the national unity to which the calls for restructuring and resource control is among.

The body noted that the call for restructuring, resource control, among others were some of the issues threatening the unity of the country which need to be addressed.

“On behalf of the millions of Nigerian Muslim students scattered in schools within and outside the country, we join the millions of Nigerians every in the world to felicitous the return of our dear President, Muhammadu Buhari, from his long medical trip to the United Kingdom well, hale and hearty.

“We do, as always, pray to Allah to enrich him the more with sound health, wisdom, commitment and appropriate team of lieutenants as he carries on with the daunting duty of leading the giant of Africa to unprecedentedly greater and enviable heights.

“Perhaps, having entered the second half of its tenure, there is no better time to remind the present administration that it needs to be more dogged, more resolute and more focused, particularly in the daring war against corruption and security threats.

“This is necessary given the complexities, intricacies, dimensions and seeming invincibility of the duo.
“As we enjoin for the umpteenth time all Nigerians to give every necessary support to this government and indeed its relevant ministries, departments and agencies, we reiterate that we need heavy doses of objectivity, broad-mindedness, sacrifice, responsiveness and proactiveness in tackling the multi-faceted socio-economic, ethno-religious, regional challenges bedeviling the greatest country of the black race.” 
The Muslim Students of Nigeria (MSSN) has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to address the ongoing calls for restructuring of the country.

MSSN while felicitating with the President over his return to the country, tasked him to be more dogged, resolute and focus more on the war against corruption and threat to the national unity to which the calls for restructuring and resource control is among.

The body noted that the call for restructuring, resource control, among others were some of the issues threatening the unity of the country which need to be addressed.

“On behalf of the millions of Nigerian Muslim students scattered in schools within and outside the country, we join the millions of Nigerians every in the world to felicitous the return of our dear President, Muhammadu Buhari, from his long medical trip to the United Kingdom well, hale and hearty.

“We do, as always, pray to Allah to enrich him the more with sound health, wisdom, commitment and appropriate team of lieutenants as he carries on with the daunting duty of leading the giant of Africa to unprecedentedly greater and enviable heights.

“Perhaps, having entered the second half of its tenure, there is no better time to remind the present administration that it needs to be more dogged, more resolute and more focused, particularly in the daring war against corruption and security threats.

“This is necessary given the complexities, intricacies, dimensions and seeming invincibility of the duo.

“As we enjoin for the umpteenth time all Nigerians to give every necessary support to this government and indeed its relevant ministries, departments and agencies, we reiterate that we need heavy doses of objectivity, broad-mindedness, sacrifice, responsiveness and proactiveness in tackling the multi-faceted socio-economic, ethno-religious, regional challenges bedeviling the greatest country of the black race.”

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