Supreme court verdict: Be Magnanimous In Victory

David Mark Tells Gov. Alia
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Senator Mark, in a congratulatory message to Alia over his triumph at the supreme court, said that his election victory was  a testament to the trust and confidence that the citizens have in his ability to lead and govern effectively.

In a statement  on Sunday in Abuja by his Special Adviser,  Media, Paul Mumeh,  the former  President of the Senate said, “I  extend my heartfelt congratulations to you ,  Deputy Governor Sam Odey and your team on the recent election victory and the successful resolution of the court case.

“Your leadership, dedication, and the support of the people have resulted in this triumphant moment, and I want to express my admiration for your unwavering commitment to public service.

“Your election victory is a testament to the trust and confidence that the citizens have in your ability to lead and govern effectively. It is a reflection of the respect and support you have earned through your hard work, vision, and genuine concern for the welfare of the state and its people.

“The  positive outcome of the court case is a testament to the integrity and strength of your campaign and the affirmation of the peoples’ mandate through democratic process.

” Your resilience, determination, and faith in the principles of justice have led to this important vindication, and it is a significant milestone in your journey of service to the people.

“I have no doubt that your leadership will continue to inspire progress and prosperity in our state. Your dedication to the well-being of the citizens, your commitment to upholding the rule of law, and your vision for a better future are truly commendable.

“I am confident that under your guidance, the state will thrive and flourish, and that you will continue to work tirelessly to address the needs and aspirations of all who call Benue  state;  home.

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