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Osinbajo Meets Emir Of Daura At His Palace In Katsina State

Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, on Thursday, met the Emir of Daura, His Royal Highness, Farouk Umar Farouk at his palace in Katsina State.

According to Laolu Akande, the media aide of Osinbajo on his Twitter handle, @akandeoj, the Acting President went to the state to headline the State Senatorial election campaign rally in Daura and paid a visit to the Emir.

During the visit, Osinbajo said, “the purpose of the APC and President Buhari is to uphold the common man.”

He added that the Federal Government is doing more with 60% less earnings than previous administrations.

In his remarks, the Emir said the people of Daura are 100% behind the President, the Acting President and his actions.

He commended Osinbajo for being a very loyal and effective deputy to President Buhari who hails from Daura.

See the tweets:

AgP Osinbajo now in Katsina to headline the State Senatorial election campaign rally in Daura. The work we have started since 2015 is on course & Nigeria will never remain the same

— Laolu Akande (@akandeoj) August 9, 2018

AgP Osinbajo now being received by His Royal Highness Farouk Umar Farouk, the Emir of Daura, in his palace. AgP says the purpose of the APC and President Buhari is to uphold the common man, adding that FG is doing more with 60% less earnings than previous administrations

— Laolu Akande (@akandeoj) August 9, 2018

In his remarks to the AgP, the Emir said the people of Daura are 100% behind the President, the AgP, & his actions, commending the AgP for being a very loyal and effective deputy to President Buhari who hails from Daura

— Laolu Akande (@akandeoj) August 9, 2018.

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