Normal Ibrahim Babangida, a former army head of state has described Nigeria as advanced and a tough entity to handle.

Babangida spoke from his residence in Minna when the management of Peoples Democratic Social gathering, PDP, minority caucus of the Home of Representatives, led by Ndudi Elumelu, paid him a go to.

Consequently, he known as on the legislators to carry out their tasks honorably and diligently to make the nation one entity.

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Babangida, who mentioned he had been following current developments within the nation, famous:

“I’m passionate in observing what’s going on within the nation; I’ve developed a lot of curiosity within the ongoing throughout the nation and I feel the management of the Home of Representatives, the speaker, the opposition management and everyone seems to be all doing effectively.

“You characterize the folks and it’s what the folks want that you simply take up. I wish to commend you for doing all of your job honorably and I urge you not to surrender.

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The nation is advanced and tough as a result of in Nigeria, there are as many opinions as there are the variety of folks within the nation.

Nigeria is a really vibrant society and what’s essential is the dedication to hold on and it’s important to stay very resilient in every part you do for the advantage of the nation.”

Babangida assured the lawmakers of his help the place essential, saying:

“We’re all collectively for the progress of the nation and now that you’ve got succeeded in your elections, it’s now time so that you can settle all the way down to do loads of good work in your constituency and for the nation.’

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’Members on the entourage of the minority chief embrace the Minority Whip, Gibbion Gwari and Deputy Minority Whip, Adekoya Adesegun. Others are Efe Afe, Kpam Jimin Sokpo, Robert Tyough, Soyinka Anjola, Femi Bamishele, Benjamin Mzondu and Samuel Onuigbo.