9th Senate Anniversary: NAPMAIDES commend Senate President, others for celebrating 2nd anniversary in FCT IDP camp

Prince Oyelude Oladele on behalf of the leadership and members of the National Assembly Progressive Media Aides NAPMAIDES, applauded the leadership and Distinguished Senators of the 9th Senate for the sympathetic consideration of celebrating 2nd year anniversary in FCT IDP camp located in Wassa community.

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The National Assembly Progressive Media Aides (NAPMAIDES) has commended the leadership of the 9th Senate, led by Sen. Ahmed Lawan and other Distinguished Senators.

A release issued by the Chairman of the group, Prince Oyelude Oladele on behalf of the leadership and members of the National Assembly Progressive Media Aides NAPMAIDES, applauded the leadership and Distinguished Senators of the 9th Senate for the sympathetic consideration of celebrating 2nd year anniversary in FCT IDP camp located in Wassa community.

Oyelude who commended the leadership of the 9th Senate said their decision had brought hope to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP).

He added that the visit to the IDP camp and the huge donation of various relief materials and palliatives shows how concerned the Senators are.

He said “the visit of the leadership of the 9th Senate led by the Senate President, Distinguished Senator Ahmed Lawan had brought hope to the hopeless Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) at FCT camp, located at Wassa community”.

“The donation of various relief materials and palliatives worth Ten Million Naira is a display of the concern nature of the Distinguished Senators. The visit had enable the Distinguished Senators to psychically read emotions of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) with the ability to tackle their challenges through the physical assessment, Oyelude added”.

Prince Oyelude assured the leadership of the 9th Senate of uninterrupted projection of their activities for the unity and progress of the Nation.

He also prayed for wisdom for the leadership of the 9th Senate to continue leading peacefully for positive change.

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