Following the inauguration of Edo State Chapter of the Bridge Builders Initiative for Green Nigeria (BBIGN), the Deputy National Secretary of the organization Hon. Debewari Tarila has called for deliberate investment of time, experience and material resources towards pursuing brotherhood among the different ethnic nationalities to guarantee collective prosperity for our dear nation.
Speaking at the symposium titled; Peace, Security and National Unity, Tarila emphasized the need to harness love by finding areas of common interests and fighting to erase the fault lines that tends to tear us apart. The speaker called for increased prayers and moral support for our security agencies to defeat the insecurity ravaging Nigeria as only peace and unity can guarantee national progress.
The Edo State Executive Committee of the Bridge Builders Initiative for Green Nigeria comprising of well refined and experienced grassroots political mobilizers of the APC stock, including former Council Chairmen, former members of the Edo State House of Assembly, former Commissioners, Serving Federal Board Members and APC officials led by the State Coordinator, Hon. Tony Osazuwa was inaugurated by the National Vice President (South-South) Engr. Essiet (who is married to an Edo born wife) through the guidance of learned counsel, Barr. Jeffrey.
Speaking on behalf of the inaugurated executive, the Edo State Coordinator, Hon. Tony Osazuwa lauded Mr. Stanley Okpogie, the National Director for Logistics, Ethics and Protocol who hails from Edo State for his pathfinder role. He hailed the vision and actions of the National President, Engr. Dr. Emmanuel Orgwu and sued for its sustenance as there are no better ways to move Nigeria forward than building strong and durable relationships across ethno-religious, socio-cultural and economic divides.
Osazuwa said, after thorough research, and going forward into the 2023 presidency, Nigeria is hungry for a leader with the bridge quality; resilience, unifying and front loading. He stressed that Rt.Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Omuada Amaechi represents the much talked about Igbo solidarity that bridges the South-South. He argued that Amaechi symbolizes strength, youthfulness, experience, unity and capacity as he is currently demonstrating with transport revolution through the unprecedented railway map that knows no tribe. The Coordinator is of the opinion that getting it right, is getting Amaechi in.
Publicity Secretary, BBIGN, Edo Chapter