Gombe Governor Hails Senate President,  Ahmad Lawan at 63.

Gombe State Governor, Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya ( Dan Majen Gombe) has described the President of the Senate, Dr. Ahmad Lawan as a courageous, visionary and progressive leader with uncommon penchant for the unity and stability of Nigeria. 

The Governor,  in a goodwill message to mark the 63rd Birthday anniversary of Senator Ahmad Lawan today, 12th January,  2022, hailed the sterling leadership qualities of Sen. Lawan in leading a united and cohesive National Assembly that is working for the progress of the country.

He commended the chairman of the National Assembly for bringing to bear his academic and political acumen in the discharge of his responsibility to the admiration of all well-meaning Nigerians.

Governor Inuwa Yahaya further said that “Mr Senate President, we in Gombe State, the North-East and indeed Nigerians as a whole are proud of your sterling leadership of the National Assembly which has helped greatly in stabilising the polity, deepening democracy and building the nation.”

The Governor added, “As your family, friends and well-wishers join you to mark your birthday, we wish you Allah’s guidance, protection and more blessings as you continue to preside over the apex legislative body and help to build a united senate and enduring legislature that will be the pride of Africa.”

Ismaila Uba Misilli
( Press Affairs)
Government House

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