- President Buhari has sent a birthday message to House Spokeswoman Femi Gbajabiamila
- The Nigerian leader prayed for God’s grace for grace to give Gbajabiamila more wisdom to continue serving the country
- The chairman of the lower legislative chamber will celebrate his 59th birthday on Friday 25 June
FCT, Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari has Femi Gbajabiamila, Speaker of the House of Representatives, speaking on Friday, June 25th.
< p class = "align-left"> The President’s message was contained in a statement his Special Advisor on Media and Public Relations, Femi Adesina, published and shared on Facebook on Thursday June 24th.
< p class = "align-left"> Buhari referred to Gbajabiamila as a visionary leader in recognition of the maturity and courage he instilled in the leadership of Nigeria cht.
H He praised the selflessness and patriotism of the legislature in extending the scope of the policy taking into account the voice of Nigerians.
The President also offered prayers for the speaker and asked Almighty God to grant him more years to serve Nigeria. He also prayed for health and strength for the celebrant.
Buhari sends belated birthday message to Obasanjo
Previously, President Buhari had spoken to former President Olusegun Obasanjo on the occasion of his 84th birthday I wrote a sweet message on his birthday.
However, the president’s message comes one day after Obasanjo celebrated his birthday on Friday March 5th.
In a statement on Saturday March 6th, Buhari wished the former President of Garba Shehu, the presidential special assistant, health and happiness.
Gbajabiamila identified what APC needs to survive
In order for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Nigeria to survive, there must be a conscious and effective system of executive recruitment to identify and prepare people, especially the Young people to hold the important offices of Par tei and the government.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives made the remark on Monday, June 21 at the APC Progressive Youth Conference 2021 in Abuja.
< p class = "align-left"> In a statement signed by Lanre Lasisi, his special advisor on media and public relations, and provided to Legit.ng, the spokesman said it was the practice worldwide. especially in countries where democracy had developed over the years.