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Southern Senators’ Forum pledges support to Nigeria’s unity

Senators from the southern a part of Nigeria, below the aegis of Southern Senators Discussion board, on Wednesday, pledged dedication to indivisibility of Nigeria.

Addressing a press convention on the Nationwide Meeting after the inauguration of the discussion board’s management in Abuja, Senator Bamidele Opeyemi, who emerged Chairman of the group, mentioned, they have been conscious of the storms blazing via the nation, however they’ve resolved to handle it in an effort to preserve the nation as one.

He mentioned: “Our place is that now we have to handle our unity in range.

“We additional stay up for strengthening the management of the Senate. We would offer voice for our folks that we got here right here to characterize.

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“We might use the platform to strengthen the unity of Nigeria that now we have all promised to uphold.

Talking earlier, Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, revealed that he opted out of the regional lawmakers group due to his place, however maintained that the group cooperates with Senator Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan’s management to make sure that the nation strikes ahead.

In response to him, the group has been current within the final two years, however the inauguration has to happen now to carry lawmakers who belong to totally different political events to unity.

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“We’ve the northern senators discussion board which was inaugurated a while in the past. By June 11, we might be in Senate for 2 years and we felt we have to inaugurate the management for southern senators discussion board.

“Let me make it very clear that we’re united, each the northern and southern senators.

“We’re United behind the management of the ninth Senate. We’ve resolved that however the challenges going through the nation, we might help a United Nigeria”, Omo-Agege mentioned.

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