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    Saturday, 25 February 2017

    Buhari, Osinbajo are a perfect duo – 36 States Speakers

    State Houses of Assembly Speakers have described President Muhammadu Buhari and Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo as a good combination of leaders.
    They commended Buhari for transmitting power to Osinbajo before he embarked on medical vacation to the United Kingdom, saying his action was in strict adherence to the provisions of the country’s constitution.
    The Speakers also hailed Professor Osinbajo on the way and manner he has since handled the affairs of the nation.
    This was contained in a communique issued yesterday after their meeting in Abuja.
    Reading the communique to newsmen, the chairman, who doubles as Speaker of Kebbi House of Assembly, Abdulmumuni Ismaila Kamba, said the forum was happy on how the Acting President had performed the functions of the number one office so far .
    The Speakers, however, condemned the killings and destruction of lives and property in Southern Kaduna, urging Nigerians to live in unity.
    They commended security agencies for the roles they play in ensuring peace across the country’s North East where insurgency once held sway.
    “The conference has taken cognizance of the concerted efforts made by the security agents throughout the federation with particular reference to the North East geo-political zone in restoring peace and therefore commends their heroism, professionalism and sense of patriotism in all their endeavours,” they said.
    The Speakers, who said they have been briefed on the progress made so far in the ongoing constitutional amendment, urged stakeholders involved in the process to ensure that the amendment was concluded within a reasonable time.
    They also congratulated their colleague and Speaker, Imo State House of Assembly, Hon. Acho Ihim, on his election as President of the

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