Emir wants more job opportunities for young graduates

Emir of Dutse, Alhaji Nuhu Mohammadu Sanusi, has said that it was for the interest of peace and unity that they adopted some children from the South-south and South-east to be part of the Palace 14 years ago.
The emir, who stated this yesterday when the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governors paid him a courtesy visit in his Palace in Dutse, stressed that “it is only by working together with all parts of the country that “Nigeria will be united and remains indivisible.”

He urged the governors to, as a matter of policy and urgency, turn the various National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Camps into incubation centres where young graduates would be trained on various businesses they would be relying on after their service year.
He gave the assurance that traditional rulers were ready to work with government in order to maintain peace and orderliness across the multi-religions and cultures in the country.

Speaking earlier, the national chairman of the PDP, Alhaji Ahmed Adamu Mu’azu, told the traditional ruler that states governed by the PDP had been transformed more than the ones being run by other political parties.
He, therefore, solicited for the cooperation and prayers from the tradition rulers, adding that “there is a need for PDP to continue to be given the chance to rule the country, considering the development strides as well as the transformation achieved all over the country.”

While the chairman, Governors Forum, Mr Godswill Akpabio, said they were in Jigawa state to discuss issues of national interest, stressing that “Jigawa state is where PDP show cases to the whole world in term of developments, achieved by my brother, the achiever, the working Governor Lamido.”

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