Connect with us

Celebrities

27yrs on throne: Congratulations Your Royal Highness, Gov. AbdulRazaq Salutes Emir Sulu-Gambari

Published

on

27yrs on throne: Congratulations Your Royal Highness, Gov. AbdulRazaq Salutes Emir Sulu-Gambari

Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has congratulated the Emir of Ilorin Dr. Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari on the 27th anniversary of his ascension to the throne of Sheikh Alimi.

“On behalf of the people and Government of Kwara State, I congratulate His Royal Highness Mai Martaba the Emir of Ilorin on this landmark. His reign has not only been peaceful, it has heralded a new era of growth and development to Ilorin. Under him, sons, daughters and residents of Ilorin have attained new heights in leadership across various platforms of human endeavour, including in politics and economy,” the Governor said in a statement.  

27yrs on throne: Congratulations Your Royal Highness, Gov. AbdulRazaq Salutes Emir Sulu-Gambari

“As an administration, we are especially grateful to His Royal Highness for his support, fatherly advice, and royal leadership, all of which have helped to strengthen our developmental efforts. With his support, our administration is transforming the capital city to become more beautiful amid new economic opportunities and solid plans for sustainable living.

“The Government, indeed, congratulates _Mai Martaba_ and the people of Ilorin on this anniversary, and we beseech Almighty Allah to ease the affairs of His Royal Highness and grant him good health and honour always.”

Facebook Comments Box
27yrs on throne: Congratulations Your Royal Highness, Gov. AbdulRazaq Salutes Emir Sulu-Gambari

Copyright 2022 ROYAL NEWS. All rights reserved. Digital material on this website, may not be published, reproduced, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from ROYAL NEWS.

Contact: info@royalnews.com.ng

Download ROYAL NEWS app

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *