By Dahiru Hassan – Lafia
Nasarawa State government has reiterated it’s Commitment to chat a new cause for ruboost and harmonious working relationship between executive, legislative and judiciary for speedy growth and development of the State.
Governor Abdullahi Sule made the Commitment at the Summit of arms of government in lafia the State capital.
Correspondent report that the summit was aimed at deepening democratic proceses for socio economic development of the State.
Declaring the summit open, governor Abdullahi Sule explained that is to facilitate cross fertilization of ideas and experience sharing among the the three arms of government with a view to involving the needed induring synergy to enhance good governance.
Governor Sule noted that the summit was inline with the pleadged he made when he took a mantle of Leadership as a governor of the State to create an enabling environment for the three arms of government to discharge their duties without any interference.
The state governor pointed out that the state government has supported the clamour for the Independence of legislature and provided enabling environment for the lawmakers to discharge thier statutory functions in the State.
In a remark, the Emir of lafia.muhammad Sidi Bage said the event would chat a new cause for advancement for sustainable economy and enhanced security in the state.
On his part,one of the resource person at the summit, and former Commissioner of justice Barrister Abdullahi shehu said the primary objectives of any administration is security and welfare of citizens, as such called for national intergration and inclusion in governance.
In their separate submissions, Speaker State house of Assembly Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi and the state Chief judge justice Suleiman Dikko described the importance of security to nation building.
The summit with the theme Examining the role of arms of government on security and economy of Nasarawa state had in attendance members of executive , legislative and judiciary as well as stakeholders.
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