The newly turbaned Sariki Mada, a tribe of Nasarawa State indigenes resident in Bwari Area Council, Abuja, F.C.T. Chief Solomon Jatau has called for support from his people to enable him discharge the mandate they have given him without stress.
Chief Jatau who was coroneted Sariki by the Esu of Bwari, Esu Ibrahim Yaro, made this plea recently at an event organized to celebrate his coronation in Bwari by his people.
In his address, he said, “I thank you all for been very supportive to me even when the tussle for who becomes the Sariki Mada was on, now that you have elected me and crowned as your Chief by our Father the Esu of Bwari, please I still need your support to enable me carry on this responsibility.”
On his opinion about the last Area Council Election, Chief Jatau said, “I congratulate every candidate who contested at the last council election in Abuja, the battle has been fought, to us everybody is a winner. For those who will occupy leadership position at the Area Council, we as a united family believes that Democracy is for the betterment of the people, irrespective of tribe, religious or party platform, I therefore, urge our new leaders to carry on their responsibilities dutifully, even as I call on my people for their total support for this present administration.”
Also present at the event was Mada Community Leader one in F.CT., Chief Joseph Danboyir, who explained that Mada people are peace loving. He added that, they will always support every good governance.
Other guests who made the event a success included Mr. Peter Sambari, Mada dance troupe and various Community Leaders.