Buhari, Lawan congratulate new Emir of Zazzau Ambassador Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli

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President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the new Emir of Zazzau, Ambassador Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli, and advised him to be the leader of all.

Following the announcement on Wednesday, President Buhari said in a message to the new Emir: “I congratulate you on making history by becoming the first emir from the Mallawa ruling house in 100 years. You deserve the appointment and I am confident you will justify the confidence reposed in you.”

According to the President, “While you bask in the glory of the moment, I want you to be the leader to all and treat all your people fairly in the performance of your duties.”

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“This is a challenging moment and therefore, I want you to use this opportunity to unite all members of the ruling houses for the interest of your people,” he advised Amb. Bamalli.

“May Allah grant you wisdom and guidance in the discharge of this responsibility,” President Buhari prayed for the new Emir.

Senate President congratulates new Emir of Zazzau

President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, congratulates Alhaji Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli on his appointment as the 19th Emir of Zazzau.

Lawan describes the appointment of Alhaji Bamali by the Kaduna State Government as well deserved and expresses hope that the new Emir will meet the high expectations of the revered office and justify the trust and confidence that his people have expressed in his character and ability through his selection and appointment.

The Senate President also congratulates the state authorities and particularly the people of Zazzau Emirate for the peaceful and smooth transition after the painful exit of their 18th Emir.

Lawan prays that the reign of the new Emir like that of his predecessor will enhance peace and development in Zazzau Emirate and Kaduna State.

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