Butchers Union Welcome Mohammed Abubakar to Agricultural Ministry … Commends Governor Wike for his fatherly role

September 06 15:47 2021

The National Butchers union of Nigeria has congratulated the new minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Mohammed Mahmoud Abubakar for his redeployment to the Ministry and charged him to focus on the key policy implementation of President Mohammadu Buhari.

In his congratulations letter addressed to the minister, the President of the National Butchers union of Nigeria, Chief John Osamede Adun popularly called Bob Izua promised a robust working relationship with the Minister.

According to the Sarkin Pawa of Katampe, ” We want to welcome the Minister to Agricultural and Natural Resources ministry. We are stakeholders in the Agricultural sector in this country, we are ready to work hand in hand with the Minister in assuring that he achieved the desire goal as set out by Mr. President.

“We want to also plead that the directorate of livestock in the ministry which we work directly with knows that we are the key owners of Abbortor. As the saying goes that a healthy environment is a healthy lifestyle. We are ready to provide a modern Abboirtor across the country in collaboration with the Minister. “

The Benin High also commended the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike for providing a befitting site for the Butchers Union in the state.

While thanking the Governor for his fatherly role, he promised that the union will work in line with the state government directives and therefore urged their members to comply with the Governor directives immediately.

The President of National Butchers union of Nigeria, Chief John Osamede Adun weekend inaugurated the Niger state branch with Alhaji Abdullahi Suleiman as Chairman.

He charged the Eleven Man Executives to always abide by the union constitution and always help to implement the government directives.

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