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Be Patient With FG, NGO Appeals To Nigerians

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A Non-governmental Organisation dedicated to helping the less privileged in the society, the Panel Brothers’ Club has appealed to Nigerians to be patient with President Muhammadu Buhari as he grapples with the challenges of managing an economy in recession and doing so through constitutional means.

The organisation also sued for peace and unity among Nigerians, irrespective of religion and tribe, just as it urged all in the spirit of the Eid el-kabir celebrations to live together as one entity to enable the nation  enjoy the patronage of foreign investors.
This was the thrust of the message by the Chairman, Engr. Tony Okeke in Abuja during the ratification of the association’s constitution consequent upon its registration by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
Okeke said that without proper rules and regulations, the governed and the government will not be able to come with equity with cleans hands as there will be no acceptable yardstick for measurement.
Okeke said: “It is very important that all well-meaning Nigerians to join hands and support the current administration irrespective of political affliations in its quest to bringing the nation out of the current economic circumstances we are facing. Should anyone have issues with the way the government of the day is running its programmes, rather than antagonise it, channel your grieviances via the courts as stated by the constitution.”
 He further appealed that people should be able to properly channel their grievances through the appropriate route as provided for by the constitution, stressing that this was the only key to the development of an egalitarian society that Nigeria and her citizens earnestly desires.
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