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Northern Youths under the auspices of Northern Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has condemned in strong terms the call by some Nigerians that President Mohammadu Buhari should resign as President of Federal Republic of Nigeria.
This was coming at the time the President has left the country for London for medical attention while his vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo holds brief for him and National Assembly is also intimated about the development as enshrined in the 199 constitution of Federal Republic of Nigeria as ammended.
The youths in a statement signed by National President of NYCN, Comrade Isah Abubakar a copy of which was made available to Gobroadsheet in Kaduna on Sunday expressed hope that, Mr. President will recover fully and continue on his fight against corruption that has over the years, held the country to ransome, urging Nigerians to intensify prayers for him.
The statement read, “we condemned in totality those calling for Mr. President’ s resignation. While we remain confident on the full recovery of the President, we also pray and urge all well meaning Nigerians to as a matter of patriotism engaged in National Prayers for the President health and his success on fighting corrupt individuals who doomed our economy.
“Nigerians should keep faith with President Muhammadu Buhari administration.
“We equally admonished the opposition to go and unite to give us a vibrant opposition than asking a successful President to resigned. At a time in this country, we have an incapacitated Governor (Danbaba Suntai) but the opposition as at then, do not call for his resignation or removal.
“Over 75% of vote that make President Mohammed Buhari win election comes from North and as such, the youth of the region must be consulted, involved and or carried along any major decision that would impact on the lives of the masses.
“We also wish to congratulate Comrade Yusuf Idris Amoke on his appointment as a board member of Federal Polytechnic Nassarawa by Mr President, this is an appointment well deserved”, the statement added.