APC urges prayers for leaders

Governor Aliyu Wamakko

The Sokoto Governor turned 61.

The Sokoto State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, on Saturday urged Nigerians to pray for more wisdom for their leaders in their bid to ensure a peaceful, prosperous and united Nigeria.

The party made the appeal in a message to Governor Aliu Wamakko of Sokoto State, who turned 61 on Saturday.

The message, signed by the Interim Chairman of the party in the state, Inuwa Abdulkadir, observed that Mr. Wamakko had dedicated his life to the service of humanity and the development of the state.

“It is heart-warming that this significant milestone coincides with crucial moments when major decisions had to be taken on the political turf.

“We are happy that our great leader has never been found wanting as he had correctly read the mood of his people.”

The statement said that the APC would continue to identify with the lofty ideals and political agenda of Mr. Wamakko. It called for support from stakeholders towards a stable Nigeria and a better Sokoto State.


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