Happening now: Northern governors and traditional rulers in closed meeting on restructuring (photos)

Happening now: Northern governors and traditional rulers in closed meeting on restructuring (photos)

The inaugural meeting of Northern Governors' Forum and Northern Traditional Rulers Committee meeting on restructuring is presently holding in Kaduna state.

NAIJ.com gathered that Sokoto state governor, Aminu Tambuwal, is chairing the meeting on restructuring.

The committee is expected to aggregate views from Northern Nigeria on their position as regards restructuring and submit a report to the NGF.

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The meeting has in attendance northern governors and Emirs who have been tasked to discuss the growing agitation for restructuring.

See photos below:

Happening now: Northern governors and traditional rulers hold meeting on restructuring

Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai and his Nasarawa state counterpart, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura Photo credit: Twitter, Kaduna state government

Happening now: Northern governors and traditional rulers hold meeting on restructuring (photos)

Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the Emir of Kano at the meeting Photo credit: Twitter, Kaduna state government

Happening now: Northern governors and traditional rulers hold meeting on restructuring (photos)

Northern traditional rulers present at the meeting on restructuring Photo credit: Twitter, Kaduna state government

Happening now: Northern governors and traditional rulers hold meeting on restructuring (photos)

The chairman, Governor Aminu Tambuwal making his remarks Photo credit: Kaduna state government

Happening now: Northern governors and traditional rulers hold meeting on restructuring (photos)

Northern governors present at the meeting Photo credit: Twitter, Kaduna state government

In a previous report by NAIJ.com, the people and leaders of the Yoruba in the South-west, Kogi and Kwara states and the Diaspora have demanded for a six-regional structure as a condition for an indivisible country.

The Yoruba leaders also recommended the devolution of 25 items on the Exclusive list in the 1999 Constitution, ranging from customs duties to exchange control, currency, coinage and legal tender, arms, ammunition and explosives, and citizenship, naturalisation and aliens among others.

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