Nasarawa House of Assembly Speaker Appreciates Constituents for 3rd Term
Amina Mohammed, Lafia.
The Speaker of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Balarabe Abdullahi, has expressed appreciation to his constituents for returning him for a third term and the citizens of the state for returning Governor Abdullahi Sule for a second tenure.
In a statement signed and made available to journalists in Lafia, the state capital, Rt. Hon. Balarabe Abdullahi appreciated the citizens of the state for returning Governor Abdullahi Sule for a second term to enable him to build on the solid foundation he has put in place so far, assuring citizens of better days ahead.
He called on the opposition parties in the state to join hands with the ruling party to move the state forward.
“Election will come and go, but the most important thing is how to unite and build the state of our dream. Therefore, we should embrace the healing process now,” the statement read in part.
Speaker Balarabe Abdullahi commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for conducting credible elections and appreciated the efforts of the security agencies in ensuring a hitch-free exercise as well as the media for the wonderful and exceptional role they played in giving the entire process the coverage it deserved.
He also appreciated his constituents of Umaisha/ Ugya, his traditional ruler the Ohimege Opada HRH. Alh. Usman Abdullahi, and other community leaders and stakeholders for the wonderful support they gave him, assuring them that he would consolidate on his past achievements.
Balarabe Abdullahi congratulated Governor Abdullahi Sule, the All Progressives Congress (APC) party for a resounding victory in the state and all those elected to the State House of Assembly, urging them all to be magnanimous in victory. And for those who could not make it, he urged them to have a large heart and see it as the will of God Almighty, who has designed something better for them.
The Speaker further called on the entire people of the state to remain law-abiding and committed to constituted authorities for the peace and progress of the state.
Edited by Amaka E. Nliam