Testimony of Saraki NIMASA Appointment Beneficiary

It is a great honor and privilege using this crucial moment to extend my profound gratitude to the President of the Senate, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Sen. (Dr) Abubakar Bukola Saraki, (CON) for giving me a federal job opportunity in The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) alongside two other Kwarans.

While I unreservedly commend you for continually giving priority to the grassroots, it is important to state categorically that you have tremendously explored your revered position to add value to thousands of your constituents in terms of veritable and viable empowerment programs.


Your political antecedents over the past few years have had no match, truth be told, and the propaganda emanating from critics also accentuates what the future holds for your political calling. As a politically inclined leader, you have made an indelible mark in the history of Nigerian politics. The 8th Senate under your great leadership has recorded unprecedented achievements which can never be repudiated.


As part of your noble traits, you have always been known for bringing juicy job opportunities for the grassroots, the average Kwarans who have sacrificed all their hard-earned resources for enrolling their children in universities. To my surprise, many would choose not to make this gigantic impact known to the people.


It is however preposterous when some of your political detractors resort to falsehood with intent to besmirch your status. In Shaa Allah, such evil intent shall continue to fail, for you have succeeded in offering job opportunities to Kwarans in CBN, DPR, NNPC, TETFUND, UBEC and others.


Thank you for your unbounded efforts towards shaping the youth for the future and bringing out hope for the grassroots as the teeming youth look forward to more opportunities. You are a blessing to humanity. I pray Allah continues to guide you.


I remain Tunji Alase from Alase Compound, Ubandawaki Ward of Ilorin West Local Government Area, Kwara State.


God bless Nigeria!

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