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Minister Of FCT Nyesom Wike Gifts Ten SUVs to Traditional Rulers

The Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) gave ten (10) Nissan SUVs to traditional rulers in Abuja in a meeting with Traditional Rulers on Friday 16th of September. According to him, He offered the gesture of donating 10 Nissan semi-SUVs as a way to promote and improve the plan to fight against insecurity.

The Minister claims that his decision was birthed as a support to Bola Tinubu’s renewed agenda for Nigeria and Nigerians. He also said his gesture was purported to ease the mobility of the traditional rulers as they are vital in fighting against criminality. He vows his administration aims at working closely with stakeholders as well as traditional rulers in Abuja.

The Minister Nyesom Wike said, “Part of that is mobility. I can’t see how traditional rulers will be boarding taxis or entering public transport. That is unacceptable. President Bola Tinubu has directed that such should not be allowed to continue. He has asked that we do everything possible to make it convenient and easy for you to do your assignment. You(the Traditional Rulers)know your community better than anybody. You know the people within their community so you will be able to identify those who look like strangers.”

While directing his speech to the Rulers, he said “No agency will perform its function without the support of traditional rulers. We believe that we must partner together to achieve the fight against insecurity. So today we are going to hand over 10 vehicles to you to please help in supporting the government to fight insecurity in your domain. Be sure that we are going to work together. If we don’t work together, we will not achieve results, because everybody is important in the fight against insecurity.”The Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) gave ten (10) Nissan SUVs to traditional rulers in Abuja, on Friday 16th of September. According to him, He offered the gesture of donating 10 Nissan semi-SUVs as a way to promote and improve the plan to fight against insecurity.

The Minister claims that his decision was birthed as a support to Bola Tinubu’s renewed agenda for Nigeria and Nigerians. He also said his gesture was purported to ease the mobility of the traditional rulers as they are vital in fighting against criminality. He vows his administration aims at working closely with stakeholders as well as traditional rulers in Abuja.

The Minister Nyesom Wike said, “Part of that is mobility. I can’t see how traditional rulers will be boarding taxis or entering public transport. That is unacceptable. President Bola Tinubu has directed that such should not be allowed to continue. He has asked that we do everything possible to make it convenient and easy for you to do your assignment. You(the Traditional Rulers)know your community better than anybody. You know the people within their community so you will be able to identify those who look like strangers.”

While directing his speech to the Rulers, he said “No agency will perform its function without the support of traditional rulers. We believe that we must partner together to achieve the fight against insecurity. So today we are going to hand over 10 vehicles to you to please help in supporting the government to fight insecurity in your domain. Be sure that we are going to work together. If we don’t work together, we will not achieve results, because everybody is important in the fight against insecurity.”

A writer at Parallel Facts