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President Buhari felicitates with captain Joseph Din at 81 Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021


President Muhammadu Buhari has felicitated with the Chairman, Plateau State All Progressives Congress (APC) Elders Advisory Council, Captain Joseph Din (Rtd), who is turning 81 on June 30.

The President joined the family, friends and associates of the elder statesman in congratulating the retired army officer as he marks another significant milestone in his life.

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President Buhari commended the patriotism, commitment to justice, equity and integrity which Captain Din has brought to bear since his retirement from the army in 1971 on business pursuits and active politics.

The President said he was particularly pleased with the efforts of the founding member of the APC and his colleagues in the Elders Advisory Council to bring about lasting peace in Plateau State.

He prayed God to grant the revered octogenarian continued good health and longer life of worthy service to his fatherland and humanity.

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