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Nigerians will appreciate me for border closure – President Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has said his decision to close the country’s borders produced positive results, noting that Nigerians would appreciate the move eventually. BUSINESS HALLMARK reports.

The President stated this yesterday at the commissioning of the new corporate headquarters of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in Abuja.Information Guide Nigeria

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He said, “Please note that from Lake Chad to Benin is more than 1,600Km. Only God can effectively guard that border. So you need a person who will have the energy and the competence to effectively supervise it.

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“I deliberately closed the borders because knowing Nigerians, they order rice and give some Niger address and then they bring the rice here. We have our potential. Thank God Nigeria is so blessed with people. We have land, we have weather. How many nations are so lucky like Nigeria in the world? Very few nations are as lucky as we are. We thank God for that.JAMB Result

“Closing that border 1,600Km from Lake Chad to Benin and Nigerians insist they have to help their neighbour and other people; they should eat foreign rice. I said you eat what you grow or grow what you eat or you die. I think I am trying to make my point.

“Later Nigerians will appreciate it because it provides more jobs. People go back to agriculture. We have the land and they will produce what we eat. And for people who think that our neighbours are going to lose, let’s continue to be with our neighbours. Those who are producing excess rice let them eat their rice or go and sell it elsewhere.

“That is why when I became the Head of State that is President, my first visit was to Niger, Chad and Cameroon because based on personal and national issues, the neighbourhood is very important. If you don’t secure the confidence and cooperation of your neighbours, you are in trouble. Your children and grandchildren will be in trouble,” he said.

“It is very good that I established a relationship with my neighbours. I said these few things about my personal belief because I have only six more days to go, and I try to plan to be as far away from Abuja as possible. Thank goodness, I come from an area which is far away from Abuja. I said if anybody forces me, I have a good relationship with my neighbours. Niger people will defend me.”NYSC Portal

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