North Central Youth for Saraki 2023 (NCYFS2023) has congratulated the former Senate President of Nigeria and 2023 Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) presidential candidate hopeful, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki, on his 59th birthday anniversary.
The group described Saraki, popularly referred to as ‘leader’ as a father figure, adding that his terms as Governor of Kwara State and Senate President of the 8th Assembly have witnessed growth, peace, and overall development of Kwara State and Nigeria as a whole.
In a statement signed by the group’s Convener, Solihu Yusuf, he said: “On behalf of the entire members of NCYFS2023, I celebrate with our leader, the Waziri of Ilorin and the Senate President of the 8th Assembly Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki (CON) on the occasion of his 59th birthday.
“Dr Bukola Saraki has shown us over the years that he is a genuine leader, a democrat and a father figure that takes the wellness and the development of his people as his utmost priority.
“I have no doubt that Nigeria will grow at a frantic gait as arguably the most peaceful and developed state-nation in the West African region while attracting improvement in all areas of human endeavours if the celebrant is tested with the seat of President in Aso Rock come 2023.
“It should be noted that under the leadership of Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki as Governor and Senator, Kwarans and Nigerians are breaking records in politics, business, and education. There is no denying the sterling leadership of Omo Baba Oloye to these landmark developments. No doubt, Saraki’s wise counsel, good luck, and openness as the leader of our party are invaluable. This will continue if he is given the opportunity to serve Nigerians as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“On this note, NCYFS2023, therefore, congratulate the leader of our great party and our Presidential candidate hopeful on his 59th birthday anniversary on earth and pray Almighty Allah to grant him a long, prosperous, and enduring years in sound health. Happy Birthday, Waziri of Ilorin, and long may you reign!”