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Let Gov Matawalle lead National Shuttle, CUPP begs President Buhari


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The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) has called on the President of the Federal Government of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari to as a matter of urgency, engage the Executive Governor of Zamfara State, Governor Bello Matawalle, to embark on a national shuttle around the country, to build peace and cohesion among the people of the nation.

According to a statement rolled out by CUPP Spokesman Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere, the Group has deliberately single out His Excellency Governor Matawalle because his precedence in his state where he has been able to build peace and and cohesion among his people, to the extent that even the opposition political parties in Zamfara state, laud his noble initiative and assure the governor of their unwavering support in this regard.

CUPP Spokesman Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere also spotted the need for such bridge building among the different people in the country at the present moment as over the years, more people have been affected a steady growing gulf in tribalism and religious differences.

“It is our conviction, that President Mohammadu Buhari should summon the necessary political will to invite political leaders to a roundtable where they will address issues of equity, justice and cohesion of the country. We believe that Nigeria needs such a deliberation now more than ever before and a quick convocation of such meeting will save the nation from further descending into worst security, economic and other challenges more than the ones we are witnessing now,” Ugochinyere said.

“And based on Governor Bello Matawalle’s antecedents in his state, in engaging tribal and religious divides among his people, which has made him acceptable to all sides of the divides, we urge that the President saddle him with the responsibility of leading a national shuttle for confidence building now,’ he added.