Hausa Community thanks Imo Gov

The Hausa community in Imo State has expressed gratitude to the state Governor, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, for exhibiting love towards them.
The leader of the Hausa community in Imo State, His Royal Highness Saraki Alhaji Auwal Baba Saidu Suleman, was speaking to newsmen on Edel-Kabir celebration in Owerri on Tuesday.
Saraki Saidu Suleman who was represented by Suleman Ibrahim Suleman commended the state government led by Governor Iheioha for its love, care and assistance.
He said that Governor  Ihedioha, who visited them after just seven days in office, gave them food items, consisting 60 bags of rice and four cows, for the Sala celebration.
According to him, this is the first of its kind and it makes them feel at home in the state.
Suleman pledged the full and unalloyed support of the Hausa community in Imo State to the state government led by Ihedioha.
He called for peace, love and unity among all Nigerians so that the nation will move forward.
The Hausa leader condemned kidnapping and armed robbery and thanked the Governor for appointing one of them as Special Adviser on Northern Affairs.
He thanked God for this year’s Edel-Kabir celebration, which, he said, went well without hitches or challenges, thanks to Imo government’s support.

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