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Oshiomhole Is One Of The Best Performing Governors – Emir Sanusi

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Emir of Kano, Muham­mad Sanusi II, has described the performance of Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State as commendable and satisfying.

The traditional ruler made this statement during a courtesy visit to the governor at the Government House, Benin city.

He said, “I am happy to see that you are doing well.

“I have been following some of your recent com­ments on the minimum wage, you have remained consistent with the ideals for which you are known.

“I am here this time on the occasion of the honour done to me by President Muhammadu Buhari by ap­pointing me Chancellor of the University of Benin.

“Your Excellency, for me, it is a matter of deep pride to be associated with this city and this state and this partic­ular university, and, I can as­sure you we will do our best to ensure we bring as much development as we can and to further strengthen the ex­cellent relationship between the people of Kano and the people of Edo.”

Responding, Governor Oshiomhole said he was honoured to receive the Emir at the Government House.

“As the governor of this state, I still have fond mem­ories of your last visit to Edo State then, as the governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) with regards to your resourcefulness, and initia­tives in the area of empow­erment of rural people.

We remember the laudable lega­cies that your highness left behind as the CBN governor.

“I want to thank you for your support, for your kind words and your prayers. We also want to congratu­late your highness on your richly deserved appointment as the Chancellor of the Uni­versity of Benin which we are all proud to describe as UNIBEST and I am sure un­der your leadership, it would witness even more growth and development and Edo as a community will continue to benefit from the activities of the university.”

Source: Dailypost

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