Buhari Praises Osinbajo’s Commitment To Duty And Devotion
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has been hailed by President Muhammadu Buhari for his commitment and dedication to duty, particularly in overseeing the country’s economy.
News Agency of Nigeria
This, he claims, entails frequent meetings with leaders of public and private organizations, as well as other government entities, in order to achieve “synergy and harmony that prioritizes the welfare and well-being of all Nigerians.”
On the occasion of Osinbajo’s 65th birthday on Tuesday, the president expressed his thoughts in a congratulatory message published by his spokesperson, Mr Femi Adesina, in Abuja.
Buhari also praised the Vice President’s contributions to the country’s development as a lawyer, scholar, administrator, and pastor.
He praised him for working selflessly and sacrificially to bring government closer to the people, and for consistently championing policies that promote human growth.
Buhari praised Osinbajo’s courage, humility, and ingenuity, and prayed that the almighty God would continue to provide him strength, wisdom, and good health so that he might serve the nation and mankind.
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