By Aluta News
Jan. 16, 2022
Mr Abdullahi Angibi, member representing Lafia Central Constituency at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, has begged the people of the state to support Gov. Abdullahi Sule beyond 2023.
Angibi made the appeal on Saturday during a triple event to mark
18 years Anniversary of Alhaji Saleh Muhammad Angulu, the Village Head of Agyaragu community, in Lafia Local Government Area of the state.
The events were the coronationation of six title holders, inauguration of Awareness Magazine and celebration of the traditional ruler’s reign.
He said such support to Sule would enable them enjoy more dividends of democracy and also enhance the overall development of the state.
“I want to call on the people of my constituency and the state at large to support Gov. Abdullahi Sule’s administration to succeed beyond 2023,” he urged.
Angibi, who is the Chairman, House Committee on Public Accounts, emphasised that Sule remained the best option for the state in 2023, considering his achievements in the security, infrastructure, human and capital development sectors.
On the anniversary, Angibi congratulated Angulu for clocking 18 years on the throne.
“His Highness is a good man, man of the people as you can see that people from far and near graced this occasion.
”We are proud of his leadership style and we will continue to pray for his good and sound health of mind body and soul,” said the lawmaker.
He also congratulated the coronated traditional title holders and urged them to continue to contribute their quota positively to the development of the chiefdom and state at large.
Angibi, however, assured his constituents of his readiness to represent them positively and effectively at the state legislature.
Speaking, the Emir of Lafia, retired Justice Sidi Bage, while congratulating the traditional title holders on their coronation, urged them to continue to support the chiefdom and state to succeed.
Bage, who was represented by Makungujin Lafia, Alhaji Hassan Wakili, urged the people of Agyaragu and other Nigerians to continue to be law abiding, respect constituted authorities and live in peace in spite of their affiliations.
Meanwhile, Angulu said that he decided to turbaned the beneficiaries in appreciation of their support and positive contributions to the development of the chiefdom.
”I urge you to continue to be loyal, support and contribute positively to the development of this chiefdom,” he charged the title holders.
Angulu also called on other stakeholders and people of the area to contribute their quota positively to the development of the chiefdom and the state at large.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that those coronated with traditional titles include Alhaji Mohammed Haruna as Ubangari Agyaragu; Mr Abbashi Emma as Galadima Agyaragu; and Malam Dauda Angulu as Adon Gari Agyaragu.
Others were Alhaji Ahmadu Abdullahi as Ciroma Agyaragu, Dr Sunday Audu as Garkuwa Aygaragu, Malam Baba Palaru as Turaki Agyaragu and Malam Abdullahi Yahaya as Walin Agyaragu.
NAN also reports that dignitaries in attendance include Prof. Akaro Mainoma, the former Vice Chancellor, Nasarawa State University, Keffi; Alhaji Musa Muhammed, former Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly; Mr Yakubu Ubangari, former Secretary, State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), among others.