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PostSubject: PHOTOSCENE: Northern govs, traditional rulers meet, review security situation   Mon Jan 23 2017, 17:01




The Northern Governors’ Forum and the Northern Traditional Rulers Council held a meeting in Kaduna State to review the security situation in the region.
The Monday meeting hosted by Nasir el Rufai of Kaduna had in attendance, governors, chiefs and emirs.
El Rufai called on all present to “work together to bring progress and development to Nigeria’s poorest region”.
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