Senator representing Plateau South in the National Assembly, Prof. Dame Nora Daduut on Monday called on her constituents, people of Plateau state, and Nigerians, in general, to pray for sustained peace and stability of the country.

The Senator, in a congratulatory message issued in Jos to commemorate the 2021 Eid-El -Kabir celebration, expressed her appreciation to the Moslem Community in Plateau South Senatorial district for their commitment to peace and good neighborliness.

She enjoined Nigerians to live in peace and love one another.

“We must respect the tenets of Islam which call for peace and I hope that each one of us will try to maintain peace and be our brother’s keeper,” she said.

Senator Dame Nora Daduut added that “Let us remain strong in our hope that Nigeria will become what we fervently want it to be, a nation that fills its citizens with happiness and pride.”

The Senator also called on citizens of the country to support the present administration of General Muhammadu  Buhari, the  President of the Senate, Senator Ahmed Lawan, and Governor Simon Lalong’s administration always because they both have the interest of the citizens at heart.

Daduut further added that she would continue to put the interest of her constituents first at all times.


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