- Senator Godswill Akpabio has been hailed for his extraordinary leadership traits as he clocked 61 on Saturday, December 9
- The former Akwa Ibom state governor and now Senate President was described as one who has spurred unwavering commitment to progress
- These tributes were showered on the Senate President by 108 non-serving senators of the All Progressives Congress (APC)
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The group conveyed its appreciation in a statement issued in Abuja by Senator Basheer Lado, who serves as the Convener and Chairman Pro team.
While wishing Akpabio a happy 61st birthday, Lado said the dedication and accomplishments of the Senate President in the political arena were commendable and uncommon.
“Your pivotal role in advancing the renewed hope agenda alongside President Tinubu has not gone unnoticed, showcasing your unwavering commitment to progress.
“Your exceptional leadership qualities resonate in the harmonious working relationship you have fostered between the legislature and the executive arm of government. Your ability to unite and drive collaboration is truly inspiring.
“Wishing you continued success and fulfilment as you celebrate this milestone.
“May your uncommon contributions continue to shape a better future for our nation.”
Atiku at 77: Senator Natasha salutes former vice president
Legit.ng also reported that Senator Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan, representing Kogi Central senatorial district, extends birthday felicitations to former Vice President Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.
Akpoti-Uduaghan acknowledged Atiku's impact on socio-political and economic development, highlighting his advocacy for a new Nigeria and relentless sacrifice for the country.
Atiku, the Peoples Democratic Party's presidential candidate in the 2023 elections, celebrated his 77th birthday on Saturday, November 25.
How Nigeria in 24yrs accomplished feat US couldn’t until after 185yrs, Akpabio reveals
In another report, Nigeria has leapfrogged the United States with a ground-breaking record in democracy and governance.
Senate President Godswill Akpabio revealed this milestone at President Bola Tinubu's presentation of the 2024 appropriation bill.
Senator Akpabio disclosed that in 24 years, Nigeria has produced ex-lawmakers as president and vice president, a feat that took the US 185 years.
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