Nigeria’ll remain one indivisible nation – Lawan


President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan on Tuesday reiterated the commitment of the Federal Government to an indivisible, united and better Nigeria. Lawan when addressing Eight-Man delegate from the Argungun Emirate Council, led by Ibrahim Hassan Kwaido who paid him a visit in his offfice, Abuja said Nigeria remain a constituency of all the Senators elected in the ninth Senate, “our obligation is to leave behind a well developed, habitable, secured and vibrant economy.”
He called for total support from every Nigerian saying, with prayers and unity of purpose, Nigeria stand a better chance of a greater nation.
The President of the Senate assured that the Buhari led administration is focus in building a new Nigeria, “I appeal to all Nigerians to support this administration. We have to see Nigeria more as our personal project, we should be able to come together on one page and provide an environment adjudged to be just, fair and worthy to be recon with in the comity of nations.
“Your prayers are needed more than ever before, considering the challenges facing us as a nation. We pray and hope that Nigeria at the end of our tenure, will be a developed, better economy and reliable security compare to what we met.
“Our teeming youths has to be taken out of the street. Our job here is to work out modalities where unemployment will be a thing of the past, insecurity and dwindling economy will be stable and friendly, better investment climate that will eventually provide opportunities to citizenry across board.” Lawan said.
Earlier, the leader of the Argungun Emirate Council, Ibrahim Hassan Kwaido thanked the President of the Senate for the choice of Senator Yahaya Abdullahi as the Majority Leader of the Senate adding that, the Senate under Lawan will be eventful and resourceful.
Also on Tuesday, the Yobe State House of Assembly paid a courtesy visit to the Senate where they applauded the emergence of their own, Senator Ahmad Lawan as the President of the Senate.
Hon. Ahmed Lawan Meruwa, who led other members of the Yobe State House of Assembly, said the people of the State are grateful for the choice of Lawan saying the cordiality between the National Assembly and the Executive arm of government is good signal for a better Nigeria.


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