Be at the Centre of Nigerians Politics

Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, tells people from the south-eastern part to join the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

He made the appeal on Sunday during an interdenominational service of first year anniversary of Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma,

“I will take this opportunity to appeal to all igbos, grab the opportunity to be at the center of Nigerian politics,” says the Senate President.

“The APC administration of President Muhammadu Buhari is liberal and supports every part of Nigeria to ensure its evenly developed.

There should be a replication of what we are witnessing in Imo in Ebonyi. We hope, by the grace of God, Anambra is coming on board. We are expecting Abia to be on board and Gburugburu to bring Enugu on board.”

According to Senate Lawan, Nigeria should be a united country where progressives would provide leadership for the nation’s greatness.

While noting that the country faces myriads of challenges, notably security issues,

the Senate President said there is no country that develops without confronting some problems.

What matters, he explained, is the willingness of the Federal Government to tackle the issues on the ground for the betterment of the citizens.

Lawan also called on all Nigerians irrespective of political, ethnic, or religious differences to support the government in overcoming the nation’s challenges.

Appraisal of Governor Uzodinma

Speaking further, the Senate President recalls that when Governor Hope Uzodinma,

was a Senator representing Imo North in the National Assembly, he exceeded expectations in the delivery in any assignment.

“We served in so many parliamentary organizations within and outside the country and I have never found him wanting.

“Today we are celebrating one year of his governorship in Imo, the National Assembly is here, the presences of the Vice President who

Ably represents Mr President and all the governors here is a very clear testimony of his relationship with the centre of Nigeria.

Be at the Centre of Nigerians Politics

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