Cultivate Better Understanding Towards Nation Building – GAMJI Advises Nigerians

A Socio-Cultural Group Gamji Members Association gave the advice in its New Year Message endorsed by its President General, Professor Ibrahim Laaro Abubakar.

Gamji expressed the hope that all good hands shall be joined together to put a stop to the killings and disturbances in the land

It charged Nigerians to forge ahead towards achieving a desirous Nation and called on well-meaning Nigerians to allow Global World Best Practices prevail in their Political engagements and reiterated its support for party politics devoid of character assassination and name calling.

The Association identified with the loud able programmes of the Federal Government and State Governments under the leadership of President Mohammadu Buhari and all the State Governors in their efforts towards nation building

It prayed God to grant departed eternal rest occasioned by unnecessary killings

The GAMJI Members Association noted that it is happy to celebrate the heralding of the year Twenty Twenty-Two on a good note and reaffirmed its strong belief in the continued and cooperate existence of a United Nigeria.

Meanwhile, the leadership of Gamji has disassociated itself from a Man, Alhaji Oba Lawal parading himself as President General of the Association

The GAMJI in a disclaimer said the Association is one with a certified accreditation from the Parent National Body.

It vowed that Law Enforcement Agencies and legal outfits shall be communicated accordingly to halt Oba Lawal from grandstanding as the Head of the Association

The Socio-Cultural Group therefore alerted members of the public not to associate with what its described as a faceless group out to swindle unsuspecting members of the public.

It maintained that the doors of Gamji are open for prospective personalities as members.

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