14 November 2012

Nigeria: Buhari, Bafarawa Meet Behind Closed Doors in Kaduna

Kaduna — For the second time in about two months, former head of state and presidential candidate of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd), and former governor of Sokoto state, Alhaji Attahiru Bafarawa, yesterday met behind closed door in Kaduna.

While fielding questions from our correspondent, Bafarawa said he appreciated the support of Nigerians in his attempt with Buhari to ensure that the country's democracy is sustained and working in the right direction. He also urged them to be strong, dedicated and hardworking toward sustaining the country's unity.

Sources close to the meeting that took place at the Buhari's Sultan Road residence in Kaduna metropolis said it was on how to provide lasting solution to the problems facing Nigeria, sources.

On arrival, Bafarawa, attired in white, was received by Buhari who was also clad in white kaftan.

According to some aides of Bafarawa who were at the meeting, the former governor is determined at widening the scope of the meeting to include other stakeholders. Bafarawa, according to the sources, said his meeting with Buhari is meant at joining forces together in bringing positive solution to the problems facing the country.

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