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IBB writes NASS, drops strong message
Nigeria’s former Military President, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, has charged members of the Lower Chamber of the National Assembly, to remain resilient despite the complexity of the country.
The former head of state, IBB said this when the leadership of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Minority caucus of the House of Representatives led by the Minority Leader, Honourable Ndudi Elumelu, paid him an appreciation visit at his Uphill residence in Minna, Niger state.
According to him: “I am passionate in observing what is going on in the country, I develop a lot of interest in the ongoing happenings across the country and I thank the leadership of the House of Representatives, the Speaker, the opposition leadership and everyone, I think you are all doing well.
“You represent the people, and it is what the people wish that you take up. I want to commend you for doing your job honourably and urge you not to give up.
“The country is complex and difficult, because in Nigeria there are as many opinions as there are numbers of people in the country. Nigeria is a very vibrant society and what is important is the determination; you have to remain very resilient in everything you do for the benefit of the country.”
In his own part, Elumelu said they were in Minna to introduce themselves as the leadership of the Minority caucus of the House of Representatives and thank Babangida, for the role he played in their emergence as Minority leaders.