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Some Igbo communities join others to celebrate Buhari's recovery

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AS  jubilation continues by some Nigerian communities over President Muhammadu's recovery and return to Nigeria to resume official duties, some Igbo communities have also joined their counterparts in different parts of the country to celebrate Buhari's recovery from the illness that kept him in the UK for over fifty calendar days.

Joining their counterparts are the  Igbo communities in Bauchi State who also yesterday expressed delight over the recovery of President Muhammadu Buhari.

<!-- adsense -- Eze Ndi-Igbo in Bauchi, Jude Umezika made this known to Sunday Telegraph, while declaring their support to the President and gratefulness to God for the prayers offered by Nigerians that healed him.

Eze Jude, who described prayer as a tool of survival for mankind given by God said fasting and alike are medicines for all human beings.

While commenting on the present administration of Governor Muhammad Abdullahi Abubakar alongside Emir of Bauchi, Alhaji Rilwanu Sulaiman Adamu, the Eze described their collective responsibilities as commendable and worthy of emulation.

The community leader further assured the commitment of his kingdom to ensuring peaceful coexistence and mutual understanding with co-host communities in the state. The Eze Igbo appealed to the state government to help them build an office to provide accommodations for the community with a view to discharging their official responsibilities.

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