A file picture of the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, throughout plenary on the higher chamber of the National Assembly in Abuja.
The President of the Senate, Ahmed Lawan has referred to as on Nigerians to proceed to help the Federal Government in its efforts to sort out insecurity and supply an enabling setting for the nation’s financial progress.
He gave the cost on Thursday in his Easter message to Nigerians, assuring that the National Assembly will proceed to work for the individuals in attaining peace within the nation.
“Let us also continue to support the Government in its efforts to provide security and an enabling environment for economic growth and prosperity,” he mentioned in an announcement tweeted on the Senate President’s official deal with.
“The National Assembly will continue to work for the Nigerian people in this regard and in their legitimate pursuit of peace, happiness and prosperity in their beloved country.”
Senate President preaches love, hope, tolerance at Easter
The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan felicitates with Nigerians, significantly the Christian trustworthy, as they be a part of the remainder of the Christian world in celebrating Easter. pic.twitter.com/4tCjhkmd5n
— President of the Senate (@SPNigeria) April 1, 2021
According to him, the ninth National Assembly will at all times work to help the insurance policies of the federal government.
“Our various Committees are currently working on the various proposals for amendment of the 1999 Constitution and the Electoral Reforms Act to mention just a few as well as the Petroleum Industry Bill,” Lawan famous.
While saying that Easter is a time to point out love, he reiterated that nation-building requires sacrifice.
“Building a great nation requires sacrifice, endurance and hope. This is especially true in our own case where diversity in tongues and faiths make the task complex,” he added.
“But with abiding hope in our manifest destiny of greatness, I believe we shall overcome the challenges and build the Nigeria of our dream.”
He additionally advised Nigerians to “to use the occasion to preach religious tolerance, love for our neighbours and commit to our civic responsibilities” at the same time as he urged them to abide by the COVID-19 protocols as they mark the occasion.