The All Progressives Congress, (APC), candidate for the federal constituency of Ajaokuta, Barr. Sanni Egidi Abdulraheem has won an award for promoting unity, harmony and community development in the federal constituency of Ajaokuta.
The award was presented to him in Lokoja by “The Nigerian Post Newspaper” during its annual lecture on the topic: “Governance, Leadership Re-Defined, This House Must Not Fall”.
Presentation of the award to Barr. Sanni, Governor Yahaya Bello, represented by Information and Communications Commissioner Kingsley Fanwo, described the Barr. Sanni is a detribalized personality, who has positively impacted lives regardless of tribe or religion.
According to Fanwo, the state government is proud of Barr. Sanni, described him as someone passionately committed to putting a smile on the faces of people he meets.
Hon. Fanwo urged Barr. Sanni maintains the good virtue that has made him a household name and points out that the general report of the base shows that he is acceptable to the people.
Speaking of the topic: “Governance, Leadership redefined. This house must not fall,” said guest lecturer Tope Joel, Nigeria cannot afford to fail as other countries of the world look up to it.
“2023 is a decisive factor for our country and we need to redefine our leadership structure because we cannot afford to fail. If the house does not collapse, we will have to redesign from home and train and retrain our pupils and children to the path of righteousness.”
Also, Governor’s chief of staff Jamiu Asuku said: “We must not let the state fall, which is why the governor has made the safety of life and property a top priority of his new administration.
Asuku ordered the citizens of the state to support the governor’s efforts to maintain togetherness, which is part of the governor’s new direction agenda.
The chief of staff took the opportunity to lay out some of the governor’s achievements, including Ganaja Bridge, Lokoja, Reference Hospital, Okene Kotokarfe and others.
He called for the cooperation of all citizens to prevent the House from falling, but to move the country forward on the road to success and prosperity.
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