Ningi Emir urged the Chairman Speakers Conference to be diligent in duties
Ningi Emir urged the Chairman Speakers Conference to be diligent in duties.
By Ahmed Ahmed
His Royal Highness the Emir of Ningi Dr Yunusa Muhammad Danyaya has urged the chairman Speakers conference Alhaji Abubakar Sulaiman be deligent in his duties.
This was contained in a congratulatory message to the speaker of Bauchi State house of Assembly Sulaiman over his election as the Chairman of Conference of Speakers of State Legislatures of Nigeria.
He said the Speaker as leader needs to be diligent in his duties as a chairman of the Speakers conference of state legislators of Nigeria.
Danyaya urged the Speaker to use the opportunity to promote the interest and wellbeing of Bauchi State and Northeast in general and that of Ningi Central Constituency and Ningi Emirate in particular.
“While praying for Allah’s guidance and protection, He assured the Speaker of the Emirate’s undiluted support being the son of the Emirate.
The message was conveyed to the Speaker by the Senior Councillor of the Emirate Alhaji Garba Zakari Yakubu on Monday,
Reads: “There is no doubt that your style of leadership as Speaker of the Bauchi State House of Assembly has promoted a cordial relationship between the Executive and Legislative arms of Government.
“This peaceful coexistence has not only enabled Bauchi State to be stable in governance but enable other State Assemblies to envy your potentiality and ability to lead which gives them the courage and confidence to elect you as their leader.
“I reiterate my sincere congratulations and that of Ningi Emirate Council on your election to this exalted position which exposed you to national recognition.” He said
The Emir said the people of Ningi Emirate are extremely thrilled and excited by the news of the election of Speaker Abubakar Suleiman as the Chairman of Conference of Speakers,
“It is a demonstration of his agility, expectational track record and outstanding qualities, coupled with his vast experience in governance,” he said.