By AUSTIN OWOICHO, Abuja
As part of efforts to strengthen the peace and unity that binds Nigeria together as one country, the Presidential Support Committee (PSC) has concluded plans to host a National Conference this month, with a view to showcasing the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration.
The Chairman of the committee, Rt. Honourable Gideon Sammani disclosed this to journalists shortly after a closed-door meeting with the members at the inauguration of the committee in Abuja the nation’s capital.
He said the conference with the theme, ’’Justice, Peace and Unity’’ is aimed at bringing Nigerians together and presenting the achievement of President Buhari’s led administration and youth awareness on Social Investment Programmes (SIP), initiated by the government for the benefit of youth, women and most vulnerable Nigerians.
Mr Sammani added that the conference will also examine the current security situation and other important national issues and suggest ways of finding lasting solution to the challenges facing the country.
Also speaking, the Coordinator of the conference, Engr. Kailani Mohammed said that it would give the detailed expenditures by the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari within six years on social investment programmes, agricultural scheme and security.
He added that, plans were underway to organise programmes that would advise the President on the need to create more jobs for youth and ways of curbing the security challenges in the country.
On his part, the Chairman of the inauguration committee, Dr Yakubu Ogolawo hinted that, they were preparing for a National Conference as panacea for justice, peace and unity of the country, to bring Nigerians together, to see how much the PSC has worked to realize the aims and objectives of All Progressives Congress (APC) via the motto of the party.
Youth Leader of the group, Mr Felix Kowa, urged youth to be law abiding and use the opportunity of the upcoming conference to preach the message of peace and unity in the country.