Senator Ike Ekweremadu who happened to be the Deputy Senate President of the 8th National Assembly will transcend political, religious, and ethnic partitions to address the heaps of difficulties confronting the Nigerian individuals, NIGERIA NEWS reports.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Ekweremadu owned this known in an expression by his Special Adviser on Media, Mr. Uche Anichukwu on Friday.
Senator Ike Ekweremadu, as per the announcement, talked amid a supper to stamp the finish of the introduction program sorted out for ninth National Assembly individuals choose.
He depicted the National Assembly as a microcosm of Nigeria.
He focused on that uniting the individuals choose from the nation over had not just helped them to earn fundamental authoritative learning, however, acquaint with each other and better acknowledge impossible to miss difficulties looked by different pieces of Nigeria.
The announcement read to a limited extent, “After races, comes the burdensome business of administration and I am significantly supported by the eagerness and assurance of recognized legislators and noteworthy individuals choose to transcend restricted governmental issues.
“It gladdens the heart that members-elect are aware that once sworn-in as distinguished senators and honorable members, we are bound by our oath of office and rules, to always act in the overall interest of the sovereignty, integrity, solidarity, well-being, and prosperity of Nigeria.
“We are bound by these instruments to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“We may all have come in different vehicles as represented by our various political parties, but poverty and hunger faced by the masses of Nigeria have no political party, we may profess different religions but the insecurity taking a toll on our people has no religion.
“Therefore, it is imperative and we are indeed inclined to work as a team for the peace, justice, equity, and national prosperity, irrespective of political leanings and diversities.
“Ours is a call to service, a call to deliver democracy dividends, a call to meet the expectations of our people, and a call to ensure that the government of Nigeria works for the people and I have no doubt that we will deliver on our mandates.”
Ekweremadu asked the government administrators choose to stay consistent with the promise of devotion they would take on the introduction day, to serve the general population.