In the spirit of this year’s Christmas celebration, Rt. Hon. Nehemiah Tsentse Dandaura, the Deputy Nasarawa State House of Assembly, has visited and distributed undisclosed among of money to orphans, the ageing and other vulnerable groups in his constituency to give them sense of belonging.
This, he said, was to better their lots and give them a sense of belonging in the society as well as enable them celebrate the festival with joy.
Tsentse ( APC- Akwanga North) made the donation in Bingo/ Buhar, Andaha, Ancho wards of his constituency today.
He said that the gesture was part of his desire to change on the lives of the orphans, elderly and other vulnerable individuals positively.
” I am here to share and extend my hands of friendship to the orphans, ageing and other vulnerable groups in order to put smiles in their faces and make them happy.
” Especially, this Christmas period is a time of love and arms sharing.
” And to celebrate with them in order to give them a sense of belonging,” he said.
Nehemiah urged the orphans and the ageing not to lose hope in life but to remain prayerful and focused in order to excel in life.
According to the Deputy Speaker, I will continue to empower and put smiles in the faces of my people.
” As in the last three years, I have provided and still providing the much needed dividends of democracy to the people of the six electoral wards of my constituency.
” I have lobbied and also initiated and still initiating positive projects cutting across health, education, electricity, water, assistance to the students and sick ones among others.
Nehemiah also called on other politicians and wealthy individuals to donate generously to the orphans, ageing and other vulnerable ones in order to improve on their standard of living.
He assured of continuous sound and quality representation at the state legislature.
The Deputy Speaker also urged the people of his constituency and Nigerians to continue to live in peace, be law abiding, be their brother’s keepers and tolerate one another irrespective of their affiliations.
Responding, some of the beneficiaries, Saratu Sambe, Amina Musa, Naomi Kaya, Gonren Changhren among others appreciated the Deputy Speaker for the gesture and prayed God to bless him abundantly.
They urged other politicians to emulate the Deputy Speaker’s gesture for the overall development of the constituency and the state at large.