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Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Be non partisan, A/Ibom Speaker tells President Buhari

 The Speaker of the Akwa Ibom State House of Assembly, Mr Onofiok Luke has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to be neutral in tackling the lingering insecurity problem in the country. 

Speaking during the Workers Day Celebration in Uyo, Luke said party lines must be secondary in fighting the deteriorating security situation in the country. 

“I have a message for the leaders of Nigeria on this Workers Day. The time has come that the leaders must put their hands together and look beyond party lines.” Speaking further, Mr Luke added.

“We need a bi-partisan approach to solving the crises which we are facing in the country. Today there is insecurity in Nigeria, and it is affecting everyone; it is affecting the workers.”

 “I urge the president to rise and mobilise the entire leadership of Nigeria, the entire workers, so that we can put a stop to this insecurity.”

 “Without security in the country, there is not going to be foreign direct investment. Without foreign direct investment, businesses are not going to expand, and without business expansions, there will be no jobs.”

 “So I urge the president to rise to the occasion and adopt a bipartisan approach to tackle the challenge of insecurity in our country,” he said.

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