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President Buhari visits Katsina State to commiserate with the People over the recent devastating storms that affected part of the state on 29th June 2018

President Buhari with Emir of Katsina Abdulmumini Kabir Usman and Governor of Katsina Aminu Bello Masari during his visit to Katsina State to commiserate with the People over the recent devastating storms that affected part of the state on 29th June 2018

President Buhari visits Katsina State to commiserate with the People over the recent devastating storms that affected part of the state on 29th June 2018

President Buhari visits Katsina State to commiserate with the People over the recent devastating storms that affected part of the state on 29th June 2018

President Buhari visits Katsina State to commiserate with the People over the recent devastating storms that affected part of the state on 29th June 2018

President Buhari with Emir of Katsina Abdulmumini Kabir Usman and Governor of Katsina Aminu Bello Masari during his visit to Katsina State to commiserate with the People over the recent devastating storms that affected part of the state on 29th June 2018

President Buhari visits Katsina State to commiserate with the People over the recent devastating storms that affected part of the state on 29th June 2018

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