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Lawan promises to remain good ambassador of alma mater

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The President of the Senate, Dr. Ahmad Lawan has guaranteed individuals from the Old Boys Association of the Gasosa Government College, Yobe, his Alma Mater, that he will be a decent minister of the school,

even in his new political office. Lawan confirmed on Wednesday when the affiliation paid him a cordiality visit in his office in Abuja. “This position I’m holding today is in trust for you and Nigerians. What’s more,

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I consider races to be these workplaces as a trust from Nigerians, and I will dependably do everything valuable to Nigerians and stay great minister to you.

“We in the ninth get together will offer back to Nigerians profits of their ventures. “Obligations have come to us to be submitted, humble, and regard to serve the country better.

We will represent each Nigerian, and we will be guided,” he guaranteed. Prior, National President of the Association, Professor Abdulkadir Shetimma, said the visit was to help him to remember memory and time shared as understudies and give essential backings.

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He appealed to God to keep on conceding the authority of the Senate knowledge and beauty to convey Nigerians to the following dimension of improvement.

“We realize you are skilled and we know your earnestness, your immovability, and tirelessness of seeking after objectives and ethics remaining on issues of country building, we will travel with you in these missions,” he said.

Shettima said individuals from the affiliation cut crosswise over national enthusiasm, including that it had gotten another minister in Lawan to offer to the country great administrations.

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“Nigerians will come before long vouch for the quality portrayal to originate from you,” he said.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the leader of the Senate joined Government Secondary School, Gashua, Yobe somewhere in the range of 1975 and 1979.