By; IBRAHIM ADAMU, Kaduna
A Former Federal Legislator, Shehu Bawa ABG has congratulated Ambassador Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli on his appointment as the new Emir of Zazzau, describing his ascension to the prominent First class throne as a new era heralding hope, peace and unity amongst entire people of the Emirate.
ABG in a congratulatory message he personally signed expressed optimism, confidence and faith in leadership capabilities of the new emir, citing past sensitive and important appointments he held including; Nigeria’s Ambassador to Thailand with concurrent accreditation to Myanmar, Permanent commissioner of Kaduna State Independent Electoral Commission, Acting MD of Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Corporation, Head of Human Resources MTel, among others.
He added that the new Emir had done creditably and excellently well in his previous engagements which according to him stood him out amongst other contenders, urging them to give allegiance to Emir Ahmad Nuhu Bamalli for progress and unity of the entire kingdom.
“It is without doubt that emergence of Ambassador Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli is a divine means by God Almighty, Who gives authority to whomever He pleases.
“My consolation lies in the fact that the new emir is highly qualified to succeed Late Shehu Idris considering his highly impressive resume, academic and service records which are very immaculate.
“I am highly optimistic that the Emirate will witness cohesion and progress under him because of his Statesmanship, benevolence and chivalry which are needed attributes of a good leader.
“The new emir must see his emergence as an opportunity to serve the people by displaying love, compassion and commitment to the welfare of all under him irrespective of their inclinations. Doing these are his fastest ways to success on the throne, “the former Kaduna North Federal Lawmaker said.
ABG also extend his congratulatory message to good people of kaduna state, Zaria emirate and governor Nasir El-rufai for the manner at which he was able to handle the whole issue without any crisis.