Year 2020: Reps Member tasks Nigerians on peaceful coexistence

Lawan Hamidu, Abuja


A Member of the Nigerian House of Representatives has called on Nigerians to see the year 2020 as a year of hope and peaceful coexistence amongst one another.

Dr. Shehu Koko, representing Koko- Besse/Maiyama Federal Constituency of Kebbi State, who doubles as the Chairman House Committee on Airforce made this known in a message to celebrate the New Year tagged “a year of hope” especially to his constituents.

He said “I want to use this medium to extend my greetings to Nigerians, the good people of Koko- Besse/Maiyama Federal Constituency as well as my party the All Progressives Congress. 

I also want to appreciate the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari and his sacrificial time for his country in the past years and in the New Year.”

Dr Shehu Koko used the occasion to ask Nigerians to continue to pray for the progress and peaceful coexistence and one United Nigeria.

He also reassured his constituents of his unwavering commitment to deliver dividends of democracy in the area of Infrastructural development.

” The year 2020 has ushered in a new year and a new hope for a country blessed with her natural resources as I look forward to delivering dividends of democracy promised during my campaign. However as the Chairman of the House Committee on Air Force I will also discharge my constitutional duties effectively for the development of Nigeria.  

The House Committee on Air Force will do all within her powers to carry out our legislative business to support the Nigeria  Air Force in our oversight functions in the New year and beyond,” The lawmaker stressed.

Dr. Koko also urged his constituents and Nigerians in General to continue praying for peace and overall development of the country.

“The nation needs to begin the year with prayers and supplications for more commitment and sustenance of achievements made in the previous years and in the New Year. 

I call on all of us and my Constituents to continue to offer prayers for our nation and our leaders; and to be hopeful that the year 2020 will usher in peace as we continue to make laws that will improve the living condition of our people,” he added.