- President Muhamadu Buhari reunited with some of his classmates on Tuesday, July 12, 69 years after his graduation
- The classmates of Presidents stayed at his residence in Daura, Katsina State to pay homage to him
- According to Presidential spokeswoman Garba Shehu, the President’s classmates came with gifts and made before leaving also unforgettable photos
Sixty-nine years after his graduation, President Muhammadu Buhari met again with some of his classmates in his hometown of Daura, Katsina state.
Photos that have surfaced on various social media platforms suggest that the president’s schoolmates visited his hometown, where he went to celebrate Eid-El-Kabir.
This is the second time since ss President Buhari’s classmates have been officially visiting him in Katsina since he took office as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.
< p class="align-left">A statement by Presidential Spokesman Garba Shehu during the visit inquired about the well-being of his classmates, their health and that of her family members.
Shehu noted that President Buhari had also prayed for the rest of the souls of those who had died between their last meeting last year and this year.< /p>
According to Shehu, the President expressed joy and happiness throughout the meeting, noting that he had the same feeling he used to have when they were young.
After chatting for a while, President Buhari discussed issues surrounding their school days and shared many memories. President Buhari appreciated his classmates for the respect and feelings they had for him all along.
The leader of the class association also appreciated the sacrifices Buhari made in his role as President of Nigeria.
Before he left, the President’s classmates presented him with a gift and they all took a memorable group photo with him.
< h2>5 months strike: President Buhari addresses ASUU, gives 1 strong order
< p class="align-left">University Academic Staff Union leadership had received an order to end the ongoing strike action.
The order was handed over to President Muhammadu Buhari’s union during a meeting with some key members of the APC, including governors.
According to the president should the ASUU with students, parents and Nigerians in total All sympathize.
Finally, ASUU Agrees to Call Off Strike, Makes Two Important Conditions
ASUU had finally agreed to call off their long strike action, reiterated but that it will only do so if the federal government meets two main demands.
The President of the ASUU, Prof. Emmanuel Osedeke, cited the strike being called off as the only reason if the federal government agrees to the payment platform UTAS and agrees to the 2009 contract.
However, he stated that anti-government agitation is in the best interests of Nigerian students.