Nigerian president greets journalist turned politician Abdul Oroh

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated with journalist, lawyer, civil rights activist, politician and administrator, Abdul Shaibu Oroh, as he turns 60 August 15, 2020.

President Buhari rejoiced with the former member of the House of Representatives (2003-2007), his family and friends, joining them to thank God for good health, sound mind, and continued service to God and humanity.

President Buhari enjoined the former Edo State commissioner to further deploy his multi-skills to touch lives and emancipate society, noting that such public spiritedness would never go unrewarded.

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At 60, the President urged Hon. Oroh to sustain his passion for the country, as Nigeria is destined to take her place in the comity of nations.

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