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GarShehu

Garba Shehu

Official Spokesperson to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 🇳🇬, President @MBuhari (SSA, Media & Publicity).

Abuja, Nigeria

Joined on 23 April, 2015

http://www.statehouse.gov.ng

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Replying to @MBuhari: Today I received a briefing on the Presidential Infrastructural Development Fund (PIDF), managed by the Nigeria Sovereign Inve…

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Replying to @NGRPresident: President @MBuhari greets Senate President @DrAhmadLawan at 62

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#POFRON @NGRPresident @MBuhari arrives the National Arcade, Eagle Square, Abuja🇳🇬 for the Armed Forces…

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[REMEMBRANCE DAY]

#POFRON @NGRPresident @MBuhari arrives the National Arcade, Eagle Square, Abuja🇳🇬 for the Armed Forces Remembrance Day parade and wreath-laying ceremony.

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Today I received a briefing on the Presidential Infrastructural Development Fund (PIDF), managed by the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA). Through the PIDF our administration is investing hundreds of millions of dollars in critical road infrastructure across Nigeria.

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President @MBuhari greets Senate President @DrAhmadLawan at 62

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Groups such as the Muslim Solidarity Forum must be seen to share and uphold the country’s multi-religious principles. And individuals like Father Kukah must respect the feelings of his fellow Nigerians in his private and public utterances.
Yes

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Under our laws, groups or factions must not give quit notices, neither should they unilaterally sanction any perceived breaches. Where they occur, it is the courts of law that should adjudicate. Unilateral action is not the way to go.

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The Sultanate has historically had good relations with followers of all faiths. That is why Father Kukah was received on his arrival in Sokoto with friendship and tolerance.

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Knee-jerk reactions will not only cause the fraying of enduring relationships, but also the evisceration of peaceful communities such as Sokoto, the headquarters of the Muslim community as beacon of pluralism and tolerance.

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On matters such as these, responsible leadership in any society must exercise restraint.

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Father Kukah has greatly offended many with his controversial remarks against the government and the person of the President, with some even accusing him of voicing anti-Islamic rhetoric.

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The right for all religions to co-exist is enshrined in this country's Constitution. The duty of the government, more so, this democratic government, is to ensure that the Constitution is respected. But all must respect the rights and sensitivities of their fellow Nigerians.

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Under our Constitution, every citizen has the right to, among others, freedom of speech and expression, the right to own property and reside in any part of the country, and the right to move freely without any inhibitions. Nigeria’s strength lies in its diversity.

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...”malicious comments” against Islam, or quietly and quickly leave the state, is wrong because it is not in line with the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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The reported ultimatum by a group based in Sokoto, “Muslim Solidarity Forum,” calling on the Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Rev Matthew Hassan Kukah to tender an unreserved apology to the entire Muslim Ummah over his recent...

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President Buhari enjoins Prof Obiozor to be a “unifying force beyond his immediate constituency.”

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“We need all hands to be on deck for this country to move forward in peace and unity,” the President adds.
While wishing the former Director-General, Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA) a successful tenure,...

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According to President Buhari, “Given Prof. Obiozor’s rich background, especially, in international affairs and pan-Nigerian commitment, I have little doubt that his election is well-deserved and will serve not only the interest of Ndigbo, but also that of his fatherland.”

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Welcoming the new position of Nigeria’s former Ambassador to the United States, Israel and Cyprus, the President urges the eminent diplomat and scholar to deploy his immense experience within and outside government to forge greater unity of the country.

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President Muhammadu Buhari felicitates with Professor George Obiozor on his election as the new President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo.

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Replying to @AminaAdo: Are you a writer in Hausa? Did you publish fiction in Hausa in 2019 or 2020? Then here is your chance to win N500,000. See be…

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Are you a writer in Hausa? Did you publish fiction in Hausa in 2019 or 2020? Then here is your chance to win N500,000. See below for details:

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