The Chairman of the National Assembly Progressive Media Aides (NAPMAIDES) has described the delegation of the Senate to a military hospital in Kaduna to show empathy for the Wounded In Action(WIAs) as a morale booster for the active soldiers at war front.
In a press release issued by the Chairman of the group, Prince Oyelude Oladele on behalf of the members of the National Assembly Progressive Media Aides, commented the leadership of the 9th Senate led by the President of the Senate, Distinguished Sen. Ahmed Lawan.
Prince Oyelude described the visit as an ‘esprit de corps’ for the agile soldiers in war against insurgency in Nigeria.
“The visit of the leadership of the 9th Senate led by the Senate President, Distinguished Senator Ahmed Lawan to a military hospital in Kaduna to show empathy for the Wounded In Action (WIAs) who were brought there from the various theater of operations is a shared spirit of comradeship, enthusiasm, and devotion to a cause among the unarmed soldiers in war front”.
“The delegation visit to 44 Nigerian Army Reference Hospital where the Senators went round the wards to see officers and soldiers on admission with various degrees of injuries will make the agile soldiers feel more cheerful and confident in the leadership of the nation”.
The Chairman of the National Assembly Progressive Media Aides, Prince Oyelude Oladele thereby appreciates the Distinguished delegated Senators and encourage the President of Senate, Sen. Armed Lawan to continue his concerned leadership style for the betterment and advancement of Nigeria.