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Buhari felicitates with his Chief of Staff Prof. Gambari at 76

…most brilliant, dedicated, patient, and humble public officials I have ever met

Ibrahim Gambari


In a rare gesture of exaltation, President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday celebrated his Chief of Staff, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, as he turned 76 with a verdict: “I am proud of your accomplishments as a senior diplomat.”

Buhari branded him “a remarkable public servant who has put his vast experience and knowledge to the service of the world.”

“It’s impossible to interact with Gambari without being impressed by his erudition and colossal experience in his chosen career.

“Having worked with Prof. Gambari during my time as a military Head of State, I am proud to testify that he is one of the most brilliant, dedicated, patient, and humble public officials I have ever met.

“Gambari’s passion for service and patriotism is enviable and worthy of emulation by Nigerians who are seeking to excel in their chosen careers,” the President gave the commendation in a statement.

It was signed by the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, a copy of which was obtained by Persecondnews.

Describing the Aso Rock Chief of Staff as a practical person, Buhari also said: “Let me also put it on record that Gambari is not your typical textbook idealist. He is down to earth in his approach to issues and he is a team player, which are necessary ingredients for anyone seeking to succeed.

“As you clock 76 on earth, may Allah grant you better health and longer life in order to serve Nigeria and humanity evermore.

“Your life is worth celebrating because you passionately love your country. I am proud of you and your accomplishments; don’t rest on your oars.”



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Written by Per Second News


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