NOC mourns Abba Kyari

first_imgRelatedPosts Buhari to Okorocha @ 58: Your large heart will always stand you out Buhari to Kaduna indigenes: Without peace there can’t be development Buhari mourns Emir of Zazzau, Shehu Idris The Nigeria Olympic Committee has commiserated with its Grand Patron, President Muhammadu Buhari, over the demise of his Chief of Staff, Mallam Abba Kyari.This was contained in a letter signed by the President of the Nigeria Olympic Committee, Engr Habu Gumel, on Tuesday. Gumel said: “The late Chief of Staff will no doubt be remembered for his diligence and resolute commitment to nation building.“He was a man of integrity and hard work, who was loyal to His Excellency. His death has surely left a vacuum that will be difficult to fill.“On behalf of the Patrons, members of the Nigeria Olympic Committee, we commiserate with Mr President, the Federal Government, Borno State Government and his immediate family on the sad and irreparable loss.”Tags: Mallam Abba KyariMourningNigeria Olympic CommitteePresident Muhammadu Buharilast_img read more

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Fort St. John gives update to Mayor and Council on Official Community Plan (OCP)

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Official Community Plan is now in phase 3. Phase 3 involves the drafting of the document inclusive of mapping. To go from Phase 3 to Phase 4, the OCP team would like a workshop with council before the OCP goes public.Mayor Lori Ackerman said she had no problem with meeting with the OCP team and they scheduled a meeting for Wednesday afternoon.The OCP team says that the majority of the draft is complete, however there are still areas that need to be completed/discussed such as Community-to-Community discussions with First Nations, Agricultural Land Reserve, and Fringe Area Development.- Advertisement -After the workshop with Mayor and Council is complete, the draft of the OCP can then receive public feedback and suggestions.The OCP team would like to bring the draft to the Block Party on September 10th to gather public feedback.last_img read more

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