The Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) on Thursday met in Abuja
over security concerns, relief aid for the removal of subsidy on premium motor
spirit (PMS), and the recently signed electricity act.
In a statement posted on X (formerly known as Twitter),
Bologi Ibrahim, chief press secretary to Mohammed Bago, governor of Niger
state, said Nuhu Ribadu, national security adviser (NSA), was present at the
meeting chaired by AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, governor of Kwara.
“Governor Mohammed Bago of Niger state was among his
counterparts across the country in a meeting of the NGF in Abuja,” Ibrahim
“The meeting which was held behind closed doors was chaired
by the NGF chairman who doubles as Kwara state Governor, AbdulRahman
security adviser, Nuhu Ribadu, was also at the meeting which centered on the
nation’s security, fuel subsidy palliatives interventions, a review of the
National Executive Council agenda, and a brief on the new electricity act.”
The National Security Adviser, @NuhuRibadu was also at the meeting which centered on the nation’s security, fuel subsidy palliatives interventions, a review of the National Executive Council agenda, and a brief on the new Electricity Act.
— Governor Niger (@GovNiger) August 17, 2023
Here some photos from the event;
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