What Senate President, Bukola Saraki Said During His Acceptance Speech Today


Following his election as the the president of the upper arm of Nigerian’s house of assembly, Senator, Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has pledged to be just and fair to Nigerians, and also to
defend the independence of the National Assembly. This he said in his acceptance speech at the inauguration of senators at the National Assembly today. Continue…

“I am most honoured and
privileged to be elected to serve as President of the Senate. I accept with
humility and respect the honour you have conferred upon me today,” 
“We have today demonstrated that
even though we may belong to different parties, we are ultimately united by our
common desire to entrench democracy and allow its principle guide our conducts.
“The change that our people voted
for is a change from a life of poverty, misery to a life of prosperity,
happiness, security and comfort, accountability and respect for democracy.
“This is a change that all of us
in the National Assembly must strive to justify. Nigerians want to see a
proactive National Assembly…”
“My dear distinguished
colleagues, we are entering at a time when a lot is being expected of us.

“Nigerians expect that the new
senate must make laws that will reform the oil sector, the security systems,
diversify our economy, create jobs and make doing business in Nigeria more
“In the coming days, we shall be
converging to hammer out an agenda that will help us focus and deliver on the
minimum expectations,”

“I have inherited from my
predecessor a great landmark.

“May the future generation of
citizens look upon the 8th National Assembly as a true assembly of our people’s
representatives who did their best in the service of our nation.
“I congratulate ourselves for this
great day and the beginning of a new chapter in the history of our great

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