Nasarawa Speaker urges citizen not to disrupt peace over Supreme Court verdict

By David Odama

Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Danladi Jatau, has appealed to the citizens and residents of the state not to allow the Supreme Court verdict split or undermine the existing fragile peace in the state.

The Speaker said at a reception organized in Keffi, Thursday, by National Youth Council of Nigeria, Nasarawa State chapter in honour of Governor Abdullahi Sule over his victory at the Supreme Court.

According to Jatau, no nation or society can experience development without peace, hence the need for all to shun acts capable of undermining the existing peace in the state.

He called on the people of the state to join hands, work as a team to support the administration of Abdullahi Sule for more dividends of democracy in the state.

“His Excellency, Gov. Abdullahi Sule has the passion for the state. He is doing well in the area of peace, security, provision of infrastructure among others. Let all give His Excellency the maximum support to succeed to enable all of us enjoy more dividends of democracy,” he said.

While using the medium to appeal to youths and politicians to avoid utterances capable of over-hitting the polity, the speaker admonished all to see Nasarawa State as a base for closer integration, a base for development and realization of the founding fathers’ aspirations.

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