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BY DAVID DARI

The newly crowned Uchu Ninzo of Kudi, Chief, Solomon Danbaki Habubakar has described the establishment of Faculty of Engineering of Nasarawa State University Keffi and other developmental projects going on in kudi town as awesome, giving kudos to Governor Abdullahi Sule who masterminded the gesture.

The traditional ruler who made this known to our correspondent immediately when he was turbaned by His Royal Highness Alhaji Sule Bawa, the Emir of Gudi Chiefdom in Akwanga local government area of Nasarawa State, recently, said the governor’s  gestures in Gudi was geared towards developing the ancient and historical town.

According to him, “The fact is that Gudi is the home town of the present governor of Nasarawa State, Engineer Abdullahi Sule. With the establishment of this Faculty here it will create more employments for our Youths and the educated ones will have the opportunity to get positions in various capacities.

“I can see the constructions going on in the town including the new palace of the Emir of Kudi Chiefdom. I pray God will see him through his tenure successful.”

He continued: “I will also like to use this medium to thank my father and the father of Gudi Chiefdom HRH Alhaji Sule Bawa for the privilege he has given me to serve the people of Ninzo of this chiefdom. I wish him long life and prosperity on the throne.

“It will also interest you to know that I inherited the Uchun Ninzo of Gudi owing to the fact that my grandfather Malam Habu Yakubu was the first during the native authority era  followed by my  father Danbaki Habu all of blessed memories. May their souls rest in perfect peace thereafter one Jibrin was appointed as wakilin Ninzon Gudi which after his demised I was appointed to take over the mantle”.

On the controversial issue of who are the real owners of Gudi, Chief Solomon said: “The Barebera, Rindra and Ninzo were the first to be settled in Gudi.

“The Central Mission School (CMS) and the ERCC lands which they are using up to date my grandfather gave them for free because of his passion for education.

“So for peace to continue to prevail irrespective of many tribes that are staying here in Gudi, I urge all to tolerate and learn to accept one another. We should unite in order to develop Gudi. As Nigerians we should love our home land and country as whole.”

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