Governors got a piece of advice yesterday from former President Olusegun Obasanjo – they should focus more on food security and prioritise policies that enhance people’s well-being.
Obasanjo gave the advice in Sokoto at inauguration of the 136 housing units acquired by the Sokoto State Government at N1.8 billion for allocation to low income earners.

The one-time president arrived in Sokoto on Tuesday for a two-day visit for the inauguration of projects executed by Governor Ahmed Aliyu to mark his administration’s one year in office.

He described food security as a priority, followed by personal health and security, adding, “good feeling enhances health and other productive engagements.”

Obasanjo acknowledged the efforts of Aliyu, whom he described as a “leader running a good race in the areas of transportation, road construction, agriculture and housing projects.

“Your strong, energetic and resilient qualities in leadership have made you to get it all within the space of time of your one year.

“Putting all these in place will surely brighten your chances of seeking a future mandate without stress.”

June 6, 2024

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