Mukadam Asiwaju Asiru Idris, FCA celebrates Senator Sunday Karimi on his birthday anniversary

Mukadam Asiwaju Asiru Idris, FCA celebrates Senator Sunday Karimi on his birthday anniversary

The Honourable Commissioner of Finance,Budget and Economic Planning, Kogi State, Mukadam Asiwaju Asiru Idris,FCA has expressed his heartwarming wishes to the representative of Kogi west in the red chamber of the National Assembly, Senator Sunday Karimi on the auspicious occasion of his birthday, 10th March, 2024.

In a congratulatory message to commemorate the birthday of the distinguished Senator, Asiwaju described him as a personality with immense honour, community builder, an adroit politician, a palarmentarian per excellence and a pride of Okun Nation and beyond. This special day is an enabler to extol and eulogies the alluring virtues of a respected leader and an inspirational figure, Mukadam asserted

Mukadam Asiwaju Asiru Idris, FCA celebrates Senator Sunday Karimi on his birthday anniversary

In his words, ” Senator Karimi is an exemplary leader and a people oriented representative whose commendable milestones remain a testament of his affinity to uphold rectitude in service, commitment to the advancement of humanity and dedication to the development of his constituency and the state in general. Because he served ingeniously to the administration of the people, he has continually earned their trust and confidence at the poll cum representation at the Parliament.”

Mukadam said Distinguished Senator Karimi is a progressive, result oriented and altruistic leader, therefore, kogi westerners can be sure of democratic dividends being delivered to their door steps.

The Honourable Commissioner prays that his newly attained age will usher in unmerited favour, ceasless bliss, and flow of good tidings in long life and sound health, as he continually deliver unblemished service to humanity and inspire generations.

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