In a recent tweet posted on Monday evening, the Governor of Kaduna State, Senator Uba Sani, announced his visit to Nigeria’s former Vice President, Namadi Sambo.
During the visit, which took place at Sambo’s residence, the governor expressed gratitude for the warm reception he received.
The primary focus of their conversation revolved around a diverse range of topics, with particular emphasis on governance and security issues.
These discussions encompassed both the state of Kaduna and the nation at large.
Governor Uba Sani pledged to maintain an ongoing dialogue with Namadi Sambo, as well as other influential figures, as part of his administration’s commitment to elevating Kaduna State into a model of development for the entire country.
In his tweet, Governor Uba Sani shared the essence of their interaction: “Today, I paid a courtesy visit to Nigeria’s former Vice President and one-time Governor of Kaduna State, Arc. Namadi Sambo, GCON.
I was warmly received by the elder statesman.
We shared thoughts on a wide range of issues, especially governance and security issues in Kaduna State.
I thank the former Vice President Namadi Sambo for granting me the audience and his counsel.
I will continue to consult him and other key stakeholders as we strive to make Kaduna State a model of development in Nigeria.”
The governor also attached a few pictures to his tweet, offering a visual glimpse into the visit and the productive discussions that took place.
Governor Uba Sani’s visit to Namadi Sambo signifies a meaningful engagement between current and past leaders, aimed at fostering better governance, addressing security concerns, and charting a path towards progress and development.
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