Nasarawa Speaker Urges Eggon People To Join hands with Governor Sule To Develop Nasarawa State

The Speaker of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Danladi Jatau, has urged Eggon people  to join hands with the Governor of Nasarawa State, Engr. Abdullahi Sule for the overall development of the State.

He made the call when he hosted the leadership of the Eggon Cultural and Development Association (ECDA) Worldwide on Tuesday (February 20, 2024) in his office in Lafia.

He said the importance of unity and peace could not be overemphasized to the development of the state, hence the need of his call in that direction.

“I have a message and as I have always said, you should work with other ethnic groups as we alone cannot do it, we alone cannot achieve. Let us all work together irrespective of our ethnic and religious backgrounds,” he said.

Jatau appreciated Governor Sule and the members of the House for making his dream of becoming the Speaker a reality.

He called on Eggon nation and the people of the State to continue to  pray and support the Governor to succeed.

The Speaker assured ECDA of his support to the association to succeed.

Earlier, the President, Eggon Cultural and Development Association (ECDA) Worldwide Mr. Mandy David Abuluya said that the visit was to congratulate Jatau on his emergence as Speaker of the 7th Assembly.

“As representatives of the Eggon community, we come with open hearts and a shared commitment to fostering understanding, cooperation and progress.

“Our purpose today is first, to congratulate you on your well-deserved appointment as Speaker.

“Secondly, to establish a bridge of collaboration between the Eggon people and the State Assembly,” he said

According to him, “Your emergence as Speaker is a testament to your capacity, integrity and extensive legislative experience.

“We believe that your leadership will steer the Nasarawa State House of Assembly toward greater heights. The expectations are high, and we are confident that you will uphold the principles of justice, equity and transparency,” he said.

The president called for inclusive governance in the State.

“We anticipate policies that embrace diversity, promote inclusivity, and uplift marginalized communities,” Abuluya said

The ECDA President then pledged the loyalty of the Eggon people to the government in the State.

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