Buratai Foundation Hails President Tinubu for Creating Livestock Ministry

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In a statement released by the TY Buratai Humanity Care Foundation, the Foundation has expressed its gratitude and support for President Tinubu’s decision to create a new ministry focused on livestock affairs.

The Foundation, led by its Chairman Ibrahim Dahiru Danfulani Sadaukin Garkuwan Keffi/Betara Biu, believes that this new Ministry will have a transformative impact on the nation’s livestock industry and will significantly boost the country’s economy.

The Grand Patron of the Foundation, His Excellency Amb Lt Gen Tukur Yusufu Buratai Rtd CFR, former Chief of Army Staff, has also commended President Tinubu for this strategic decision.

He believes that the establishment of this new Ministry is a very strategic decision. It will transform livestock fortunes and boost the nation’s economy, address key issues related to livestock production, and security in the country, he added.

The Foundation, known for its commitment to humanity and welfare, has emphasized that the Renewed Hope Agenda is indeed real and encourages Nigerians to continue to have confidence in the administration. The Foundation believes that this decision will bring about lasting solutions to the challenges facing the livestock industry in Nigeria.

As the TY Buratai Humanity Care Foundation continues to advocate for the well-being of all Nigerians, it stands ready to support initiatives that will improve the livelihoods of individuals and communities across the country.

The foundation remains dedicated to its mission of promoting humanity and providing assistance to those in need.

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