Senator Uba Sani salutes Lawan at 61, describes Senate president as consensus builder

Senator Uba Sani salutes Lawan at 61, describes Senate president as consensus builder

- Senate president Ahmad Lawan has clocked 61 years on earth

- The senator representing Kaduna central at the Senate, senator Uba Sani, described Lawan as a consensus builder

- According to him, Lawan's style of leadership has brought monumental development to Nigeria

The chairman Senate committee on banking, insurance and other financial institutions, Senator Uba Sani, has described Senate president Ahmad Lawan as a patriot and consensus builder.

Legit.ng's regional reporter in Kaduna, Nasir Dambatta, reports that this was contained in a special birthday message issued to newsmen on Sunday, January 12, by Senator Sani, who represents Kaduna central at the National Assembly.

"Let me join Nigerians and lovers of democracy across the globe in rejoicing with our dear Senate president, His Excellency Ahmad Lawan on the occasion of his 61st birthday anniversary" said.

He described the Senate president as a "rare breed; a gift to Nigeria and humanity. An intellectual of high repute and parliamentarian of note."

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Senator Sani noted that the Senate president has, through "his masterly handling of proceedings and effective use of his consensus building skills restored the position of the Senate as an effective platform for socio-economic and political re-engineering."

Senator Uba Sani salutes Lawan at 61, describes Senate president as consensus builder
Senate president Ahmad Lawan and Senator Uba Sani
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He also stressed that the pace of development was being quickened in Nigeria due to the strategic support the Senate, nay the National Assembly is now giving to the executive.

"We owe His Excellency a debt of gratitude for his excellent leadership. He has remained a father figure in the Senate. It is a credit to his inclusive leadership that the Senate remains one big family."

He, therefore, prayed that "the Almighty God continues to guide, protect and strengthen our dear leader as he rededicates himself to the service of Nigeria and humanity."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), on Sunday, January 12, sent a warm message to Lawan, as he turned 61.

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