Carry everyone along – Aduda urges new Sa’Karuyi of Karu chiefdom

Senator Philip Aduda with the new Sa'Karuyi of Karu chiefdom, HRH Joseph Danfulani Narayi

Carry everyone along – Aduda urges new Sa’Karuyi of Karu chiefdom

By Sadiq Abubakar, Abuja

The former senate minority leader of the 9th senate, Senator Phillip Tanimu Aduda has urged the new Sa’Karuyi of Karu chiefdom in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) HRH Joseph Danfulani Narayi, to carry everyone along irrespective of tribe, ethnic and religious affiliation.

Aduda, who represented the FCT during the 9th senate when he paid a congratulatory visit to the monarch at his palace and gifted him a brand new car in Karu on Sunday.

He said expressed his joy and excitement over the emergence of Narayi as the new Sa’Karuyi of Karu chiefdom.

He, however, reiterated his commitment to the peace and development of Karu chiefdom, saying Karu is home town and will continue to do things that will ensure peace and unity of people of the area.

Aduda, therefore, called on people of Karu chiefdom to give all the necessary support and cooperation to the new monarch in order for him to succeed.

He thanked the village heads, community leaders and district heads of Karu chiefdom for their continuous support to him.

Responding, the new Sa’Karuyi of Karu chiefdom, HRH Joseph Danfulani Narayi, appreciated Aduda for his continue support for entire people of Karu, saying Karu has continued to witness peace and development through continue support of Aduda.

He assured that his reign will witness peace, unity and development, even as he called on youth to continue to be law abiding to all constituted authorities for the development of Karu chiefdom.

Senator Philip Aduda with some members of Sa'Karuyi of Karu chiefdom palace cabinet.
Senator Philip Aduda with some members of Sa’Karuyi of Karu chiefdom palace cabinet.

The new Sa’Karuyi of Karu Joseph Danfulani Narayi, was appointed by FCT minister Nyesom Wike to fill the vacant stool of the late Sa’Karuyi of Karu, HRH Emmanuel Kyauta Yepwi, who died on Sunday, April, 16, 2023, who died at a private hospital in Kano state

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