Northern Activist, Najatu Muhammad, Rejects Appointment From Buhari


“I don’t want your appointment!” Najatu Muhammad declares. When other politicians are scouting around looking for offices to occupy, Mrs. Najaty, who is a dedicated supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari, rejects her appointment as the chairperson of the governing council of the Federal University, Dutse (FUD).

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The Northern activist, who is also an associate of the wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, in a quarter-page newspaper advert published by a National Newspaper, rejected the appointment, stressing that she was appointed without her consent. The outspoken lady did not hesitate in airing her disappointment, saying she was not consulted prior to the appointment, and only saw it made public on a newspaper. To that effect, she decided to make an open rejection through the same medium. However, she pledged her continue support for Buhari and his administration.

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The advert reads:

I, Najatu Muhammad, wishes to thank you so much for considering me worthy of being appointed the chairperson of Dutse Federal University. It’s however, unfortunate that I was not consulted before the announcement in the media. I also regret that I have to use the same medium to announce that I can’t accept the appointment for some personal reasons. I will however remain an ardent supporter of President Muhammadu Buhari in his effort in charting a new course for this country. A course that we pray will put this country back on the path of progress. I will also continue to support the presidents fight against corruption and other ills of this country. My unflinching support for the President will remain for Allah’s sake and country. I pray that Allah will continue to guide and protect our President. Long Live the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” she hailed.

Simply exceptional, right?

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