Dec 9, 2021

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Insecurity: Obasanjo Finally Breaks Silence, Reveals Elders’ Resolution at Abuja Meeting

  • Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has explained why the resolution of the assembly of elders in Abuja, the capital of the country, was not published
  • Obasanjo said, that the Nigerian Good Committee (CGN) was very concerned about the level of uncertainty in the country
  • According to him, President Muhammadu would be officially notified of the outcome of the group meeting < / strong>

Nigeria’s former President Olusegun Obasanjo said that senior statesmen under the aegis of the Nigerian Good Committee (CGN) have President Muhammadu Buhari over their youngest Meeting in Abuja informed about the uncertainty in the country.

The Punch reports that the ex-President said the members of the CGN were in principle in favor of President Buhari’s decisions before any publication to be submitted.

Obasanjo said:

“We are made up of former Heads of State and Presidents, the former Chief Justice of Nigeria and the former National Security Advisor. CGN also includes organized labor, academia, women and other groups.

“We have taken note of the letter written in response to our own letter to the President of our meeting and his message of goodwill read that the outcome of our meeting would be of interest to him. “

The Guardian also reports that the former president has also indicated that through their actions, the Nigerians will soon be the Would recognize the motive of the coalition.

Obasanjo further stated:

“You will see measures on our part and other people who are of immediate necessity. We commit to the narrative. We have to start building trust and reaching out to each other. From now on you will learn of our actions through the outcome of our deliberations. “

Former President Obasanjo criticizes IPOB agitators of the Yoruba nation

It was reported to be doing so in Abeokuta, the Ogun s., tate Capital said at his inauguration as a Fellow of the Nigerian Institution of Surveyor (NIS) organized by the Ogun Chapter of the Body of Fellows of the NIS.

The ex-president called on the agitators for the collapse of the country to put the idea on hold and to work for the unity of the country.