Wednesday 23rd August, 2017
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Sardauna's legacies go extinct 51 years after death - Cleric laments

Sardauna's legacies go extinct 51 years after death - Cleric laments

51 years after the passing away of the Premier, Northern Region and Sardauna of Sokoto, Sir Ahmadu Bel­lo, a Kaduna-based clergy, Pastor Yohanna Buru, has bemoaned the death of the late legend’s legacies and implored his beneficiaries to rise up to the challenge of resuscitating them.
The clergy expressed the sorrow with a call on the disciples of Sardauna and federal government to in­ject lives into those estab­lishments when he visited the Nigeria Union of Jour­nalists, Kaduna State sec­retariat to fraternise with members.
He sorrowfully identified the legacies of Sardauna to include the defunct media out fits like New Nigerian Newspapers, Gaskiya Taf­ikwobo, the limping Fed­eral Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), Kaduna and of course the ‘stage managed’ peace and unity in the state.
Pastor Buru, who is the Overseer of Christ Evangelical and Interces­sory Fellowship Ministry, lamented that if Sardauna was alive, he would not have allowed the situation to go the way it is with these establishments.
While calling on his dis­ciples and beneficiaries to ensure that the legacies, particularly, the New Ni­gerian Newspapers and FRCN are reactivated, he warned that if the late pre­mier should come back to life he will weep and canes many northerners out of anger for betraying him.
Though he noted that both the New Nigerian and Radio Kaduna have since taken over by the federal government, he opined that it is imperative for the political class, the wealthy individuals in the north to contribute to their survival and efficiency in order to upholding the foresight of the late Sardauna.

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