Aug 1, 2021

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Eid-el-Kabir: Brave Buhari Treks Home in Katsina after Prayers, Photo, Video Emerge

  • In complete fearlessness, President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Katsina after the Muslim oath prayer
  • However, many security forces followed the presidents when he did Marched home to begin the religious celebration
  • Buhari’s commendable bravery comes at a time when bandits are rampant in many parts of the north, including Katsina < / li>

Daura, Katsina – The President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, proved on Tuesday July 20th that he did is a former military leader when he wandered to his home in Daura, Katsina state after the Eid-el-Kabir prayers.

A video that captured moments when the Nigerian one Leader returned home on foot was shared on Facebook by one of his media advisors, Bashir Ahmad.

During the presidium t Buhari went majestically, he was greeted by a cheering crowd of villagers s on Tuesday afternoon in Daura.

Of course, the President was accompanied by many security guards on motorcycles and vehicles throughout the walk.

Eid-el- Kabir: Let peace rule in Nigeria, argues Lagos spokesman Obasa

Meanwhile, Mudashiru Obasa, the speaker of the parliament of Lagos State, who urged Nigerians to consider peace as one of the most important ingredients for democracy to flourish.

Obasa, who stated that the desires of many well-meaning Nigerians were justified, added, however Add that to the citizens and the country.

He said:

“We are complaining today about a dwindling economy, but the truth is that Unrest, banditry, terrorism, kidnappings and general insecurity some are d he main causes.

“It is not difficult to know that no nation can thrive or succeed if it is shaped by violence. Just as citizens must begin to live in peace and neighborhood, so too can we as leaders don’t nap, we can’t sleep on ideas to make the country great. “