Governors of the South-East region have disclosed that they are ready to present to President Muhammadu Buhari some suggestions for a possible political solution over the present situation in the region. In an issued statement signed by the Chairman of the South East Governors’ Forum, David Umahi, of Ebonyi State, the governors said they shall be writing to request for an appointment with President Muhammadu Buhari on the matter.
According to the statement by South-East Governors; “We thank President Muhammadu Buhari so much for his efforts and neutrality in the success of the just concluded Anambra election. Mr. President, this is just you and you have once again demonstrated that you are a true democrat with a great commitment to bequeath to the nation an impeccable electoral process. Thank you for the security agencies, INEC officials, and the safety of our people during and after the election.”
“Mr. President, please, as a follow-up to your presidential delegation to South-East this year on the solution to the unfortunate situation of the region, may we inform you that we South-East leaders have been working so hard for an amicable solution.
“All leaders of South-East strongly wish to present to Mr. President some suggestions for a possible political solution over our present situation. After our next meeting, we shall be writing to request for an appointment with Mr. President on this matter. We thank you Mr. President for your kind disposition to listen to our leaders for a possible amicable resolution of all contending issues in South-East”.
“We thank God almighty for saving the lives of our people and all those involved in the election. The same God will do more for our people and Nigeria”, the statement concluded.
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