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Published On: Wed, Jul 30th, 2014

Abuja natives to confer traditional title on Jonathan

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By Stanley Onyekwere

The Abuja natives under the auspices of FCT Indigenes Coalition Groups for Jonathan has concluded plans to confer on President Goodluck Jonathan the highest traditional title of the original inhabitants of Abuja.

The group said besides the forthcoming cultural fiesta to be staged in solidarity for President Jonathan, the traditional title would further boost the confidence of Abuja natives to massively support the president in the 2015 presidential elections.

Coordinator of the group, Engr. Bussa Danjuma told newsmen that the group has been in constant touch with the traditional rulers in the territory with a view to perfecting the arrangement for epoch occasion.

Danjuma further stressed that both the cultural fiesta and the installation of the traditional title on Jonathan are aimed at appreciating the laudable achievements of President Jonathan’s transformation agenda in the FCT.

He affirmed that the indigenes of the territory will commence massive campaign as soon as the president declares his intention to contest the 2015 election, assuring that President Jonathan will overwhelmingly win in the nation’s capital in view of the political situation in the country.

According to him, “we the indigenes of Abuja have no gold and silver to appreciate Mr. President for the laudable things he has done through the FCT minister, Senator Bala Mohammed. The only way to say thank you is to confer on him the highest traditional title in the land. To us, this title will be more indelible than any material gift.

“Besides the traditional title, we will stop at nothing to throw our support behind him as soon as he declares his intention to contest the 2015 elections. We have no doubt in our minds that President Jonathan will win the 2015 election anytime, anyday.”

The coordinator called on citizens to support the continuity of the policy thrust of the present administration, noting it has improved the wellbeing of Nigerians.


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