Niger Plans Low Key Celebration At Gov’s Second Term Inauguration

Niger State Government has said that the activities slated for the swearing in ceremony for Governor Abubakar Sani Bello’s second term in office on May 29th would be low keyed and without much fanfare.
Secretary to Niger State Government, (SSG) Ibrahim Isah Ladan said in a statement he issued in Minna that the administration in the state was mindful of the current situation in the country.
The statement quoted Isah Ladan as saying that the present administration in the state would trim everything about the inauguration ceremony to be in line with the dictates of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration prime concern for probity a frugality in government conducts.
The statement added that the inaugration for the second term in office for governor Sani Bello calls for sober reflection rather than having a frenzy and reckless celebrations on the inauguration day.
The SSG noted that the present realities in the country were not ripe for such carelessness as to throw parties around in jubilation.
He therefore called on citizens in the state to be watchful and security conscious as they go about their normal day to day activities.
The statement ressured of the state government’s commitment to ensuring the maintenance of law and order adding that citizens must continue to pray for the success of the Abubakar Sani Bello’s administration in the state.
He also implored all and sundry in the state to cooperate and assist the administration in the state to achieve its set objectives of bequeathing a better Niger State.


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