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  • Updated: August 18, 2023

Speaker Calls For Collaboration Of Tribes In Benue State

Speaker Calls For Collaboration Of Tribes In Benue State

Aondona Dajoh and the Igbo community

The Honorable Speaker of the Benue State House of Assembly, Aondona Dajoh, has called for the collaboration of all ethnic groups in the state.

Dajoh stated this on Friday, during a courtesy visit by members of the Igbo Community from the Gboko local government at his residence in Makurdi, the state capital.

The speaker appreciated the Igbo community in Gboko for the show of solidarity, recalling many happy moments with the Igbo people while growing up in Gboko.

Speaking further the speaker said "I am a speaker today because the Almighty God chose me. I was the unqualified candidate before Men to be the speaker but God's mercy found me"

He encouraged the Igbo community to support Rev Fr Alia's administration and be law-abiding citizens, promising them that nothing would hinder them from doing their business in the state.

He assured them of the ease of doing business in Gboko and the security of their business always. 

Earlier, the leader of the delegation, Chief Ambrose Emeka Olili, the President General of the Igbo Community in Gboko said the Igbo community had come to identify with the speaker and to thank God for His mercies on the speaker knowing where he started and where God has taken him.

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