It’s difficult to surmount Nigeria’s challenges in one year – ACF

The Arewa Consultative Forum, ACF, Chairman, Mamman Mike Ousman (SAN), says it is difficult for President Bola Tinubu to surmount, within one year, the challenges of the country.

While fielding questions from newsmen on the sidelines of the ACF’s National Executive Committee, NEC, meeting in Kaduna, the President took over power when the country was faced with so many challenges.

He explained, “We have much respect for President Tinubu. We recognize the fact that one year is a short time with which he can transform the country.”

“He is doing his best through various outfits and agencies like police and military in order to subdue and do away with terrorism and banditry,” he added.

Speaking further, he said that they appreciate the milestones Tinubu had achieved so far, adding that he is doing his best through various outfits and agencies like police and military in order to subdue and do away with terrorism and banditry in the country.

According to him, the ACF has resolved to be of tremendous assistance whenever invited to make its contributions to the development of Nigeria.

He emphasized, “The country belongs to all of us, we believed if we give the president our support, from the 19 states, the country would be better off for it.”

On the stand of ACF on State Police, he said that an invitation for memorandum from the House of Representatives towards achieving veritable resolutions and amendments, brought together various groups on the subject.

According to him, “They were here a few weeks ago and formed a committee. We are mindful of the fact that other regions have their positions and 15 thematic points have already been submitted to the National Assembly.”

On the expected outcome of the NEC meeting, he said it is aimed at promoting the pursuit of the interest particularly of people in the 19 Northern states within the context of Nigerian sovereignty.

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