SEN GEMADE LAUDS BUHARI FOR RECENT APPOINTMENTS OF TIV SONS INTO NCPC, NIMASA, OTHERS


-SEEKS FOR MORE APPOINTMENTS

-TASKS FG TO END BLOODLETTING COMPLETELY IN BENUE, OTHERS

BY Akosu Emmanuel Lubem

Representative of the Benue North –East Senatorial District, Senator Barnabas Gemade OFR has lauded President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent appointments of Tiv sons into Federal Government Establishments, particularly the recent appointments of Rev Dr Tor Ujah and Major General India Garba, as DG Nigerian Christians Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) and the Nigerian Maritime Admistration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) respectively.


In a release made available to news men in Abuja, the Senator called on the President to make more of such appointments for Benue indigenes as a show of gratitude and in reciprocation of the massive support and show of solidarity with which the State had given to the President especially during the last April, 2015 general elections.

While emphasizing that the President ensured an entire end of Fulani insurgents and bloodletting on Benue soils and other vulnerable parts of Nigeria, Senator Gemade sought for intensified efforts by security agencies to eliminate the seeming packets of killings of Benue indigenes in its entirety  to allow peace, agriculture and other legitimate ventures thrive in the land.

The Senate Committee Chairman on Housing further assured President Muhammadu Buhari  of Benue people’s continued support for the for the Federal Government’s change policy, particularly in the fight against insurgency and corruption.


It would be recalled that Senate Barnabas Gemade had earlier initiated and sponsored the popular Bill for the Establishment of Ranches Commission to bring to halt the continued killings of innocent Nigerians in vulnerable parts of the country. 
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