Nigeria Must Remain One – Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said his administration must ensure that the country remains united at all costs.

Speaking while addressing stakeholders of the Southeast zone during the 6th convocation ceremony of the Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu Alike, FUNAI, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Buhari said his administration is winning the war against insurgency and banditry.

Buhari, who was represented by Prof. Chinedu Nwajuba, a member of the NUC and former Vice-Chancellor of FUNAI, also advised universities to to partner with foreign universities in strategic areas.

He said, “This underscores our emphasis on the digital economy which led to the launch of e-Naria and similar processes. I enjoin Nigerians especially the academia to remain focused on the cardinal objective of the university on Teaching and research.

“I assure you that the federal government will support research efforts geared towards addressing local and national challenges. My government is building bridges of partnership and friendship with foreign governments in all areas with a view to accelerating our national development.”

“In a similar manner, I urge Nigerian universities to take advantage of the goodwill our nation has with the foreign governments and investors due to the sincerity of this government to partner with foreign universities in strategic areas.

“Nigeria is the only country we have, in respect of our ethnics, religious and cultural differences. My government will continue to do the needful to ensure that the country remains one. We are also winning the war against terrorism, banditry and all other forms of criminal activities.

“Our government will continue to ensure that citizens remain safe and their livelihood secured in every part of the country.

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“Students should be committed to their studies and not be distracted, while lectures should not only teach but guide the students properly.”


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