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Yusuf’s Wedding is Symbol of National Unity — Yahaya, Ooni

Aug 21, 2021
Yahaya, Ooni

 

The marriage of Yusuf Muhammadu Buhari to Zahra Nasiru Ado Bayero, the daughter of the Emir of Bichi, has been described as a reflection of national unity by the governor of Gombe, Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya, and the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II.

Speaking to reporters in Kano on Friday after the wedding, Gombe state governor described the union as a national project that has demonstrated Nigerian unity.

“Certainly, as stated correctly, this is a national wedding, a national project. We are relieved that we were able to complete the task peacefully. I pray that Allah, in his infinite mercy, will guide the couple to live happily ever after in this world. marriage for the long term

“I appeal to the majority of our people to observe and emulate a very simple way of life that is supported by traditional culture, which we all know helps to unite the people.

“In this event, I saw solidarity, peace, and harmony.” So I pray that God will continue to give us peace and harmony, and that others will rejoice,” the governor said.

On his part, the Ooni of Ife stated that such unity can lead to a better economy, while urging Nigerians to focus more on the unifying factors.

“Certainly, if our leaders continue to use such initiatives and platforms to advance to various positions and actions in Nigeria, the economy will continue to grow.”

Take a look at today’s living example of what happened in Bichi. Bichi is a subset of Kano state; consider the economy and the activities that have occurred in Bichi today as a result of Mr President’s son’s marriage to Sarkin Bichi’s daughter.

“So, if we can look beyond this country to foster unity, all the governors are here, from even different patties, PDP governors are here, APC governors came, so there are some things that can bind us together in this country,” he said.

“So, if we focus on what binds us together, the country will be better and things will be easier for us.

“Despite the security issue, we all went to Bichi and everything went smoothly and peacefully. “Tomorrow, it could be anywhere in the country,” he said.

 

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