LARMFON appoints Ejeh of Ankpa Chairman, Governing Council

By: Mohammad Lawal Maikudi
His Royal Highness Ejeh of Ankpa Alhaji Abubakar Sadiq Ahmadu Yakubu has been appointed as chairman of the Governing Council of Leadership and Role Model Foundation of Nigeria, (LARMFON).
This was announced in a communique signed by Hon. Ahmed Tijjani Mustapha, Executive Secretary (Awards) after it’s meeting.
The communique reads “Leadership and Role Model Foundation of Nigeria (LARMFON) has appointed His Royal Highness Ejeh of Ankpa ,Alhaji  Abubakar Sadiq Ahmadu Yakubu  as its new Chairman, Governing Council.
“He was chosen after a painstaking decision amongst many qualified candidates to take over from the last Foundation’s Governing Council Chairman, may his soul rest in peace, the late Ejeh of Ankpa Alhaji Dr Ahmadu Yakubu, MFR, who died in 2016 as the second Foundation’s Chairman after the First Pioneer Governing Council, Chairman, late Justice Mamman Nasir ,a former Chief Justice of Nigeria.
“We congratulate President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on his emergence as the 16th President of Nigeria. We also plead with him to focus on appointing young people with capacity and competence in his government to usher in fresh perspectives and innovative ideas.
“We thank Nigerians for their understanding, urge the Nigerian youth and masses to be calm, patient and support President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration over the removal of subsidy on Premium Motor Spirit otherwise known as petrol and the adjustment of pump prices.
“As usual we all know that the subsidy removal is a tough decision but a courageous one which the previous administration allegedly failed to take on its head.
“We plead with Nigerians to remain calm and be careful of all instigation to cause chaos and instability in the country. We should believe in a united Nigeria and know that the removal is to drive investment and growth that will enable the government give quality education, healthcare, stable power supply, agriculture and also to reduce unemployment and extreme poverty.
“We also urge President Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu to ensure that the gains made from the increase in oil prices are channeled into good use.”


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