The President, Main-Normal Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has promised that his regime will help the Republic of Chad in all methods potential, to stabilise and return to constitutional order.
Based on a press release on Friday by his Particular Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, the President made the promise whereas receiving the President, Transitional Navy Council of Chad, Lt. Gen. Mahamat Itno, on the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The assertion was titled ‘Rely on us, we’ll lend a serving to hand, President Buhari assured Chadian transitional chief.’
Adesina quoted the President as saying that, “We’re certain collectively by tradition and geography, and we’ll assist in all methods we are able to.
“Nigerians know and recognize the function Chad performed in serving to us to fight terrorism, and we’ll proceed the collaboration.”
Talking of the late Marshal Itno, Buhari was additional quoted as saying that, “he was a private good friend, and a good friend of Nigeria, and Chad has been very steadfast in defending Nigeria.”
Buhari added that Chad shouldn’t hesitate to ask for assist in areas it deemed essential.
“We can even make it easier to to make sure a easy transition in 18 months, as you have got promised your individuals,” Buhari mentioned.
He assured the interim chief that Nigeria would assist strengthen the Lake Chad Basin Fee and the Multinational Joint Process Pressure.
In his tackle, Lt. Gen. Itno appreciated Nigeria for the help displayed following the dying of the previous President, Idris Deby, noting that the primary intention of the Transitional Navy Council “is the safety and cohesion of our nation.”
He reiterated to Buhari his dedication to run democratic, free, truthful polls in 18 months, saying “You had been very near Marshal Itno. I’m right here to reaffirm that relationship, and so that you can help our transition. We depend on our brother nation Nigeria, as we now have shared historical past, tradition and geography. We’re able to be guided by you in our journey to constitutional rule.”