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Buhari salutes in-law, Indimi, at 72

Buhari greets in-law and Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Oriental Energy Resources, Muhammadu Indimi. Instagram photo

President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Oriental Energy Resources, Muhammadu Indimi, on the occasion of his 72nd birthday.

Buhari, in a statement by his spokesman, Garba Shehu, said the President joined all family members, friends and business associates of the ‘consummate businessman’ in celebrating the auspicious moment, which, he said, had fallen within the Sallah season.

While congratulating Indimi for a life of purpose, sacrifice and love for humanity, the president prayed for more grace of good health and strength for the renowned entrepreneur.

Buhari also commended his patriotism for investing heavily in human capacity and promoting the Nigerian brand to the global business community.

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According to the president, Indimi’s greatest impact on the economy has been his philanthropy.

He said it included donations to the building and renovation of schools and hospitals, provision of scholarships and medical assistance to the less-privileged

“Most remarkably is the businessman’s contributions to the Federal Government’s Victims’ Support Fund in the North-East to enable the casualties of Boko Haram insurgency to regain their livelihood,” he noted.



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