2023: ADC will give hope to the hopeless — Chairman
By: Femi Mustapha
The National Chairman of African Democratic Congress ADC Ralph Okey Nwosu has said his Party is the hope for a new Nigeria where everyone is treated equally.
He made the assertion when he led a delegations of the party to Kaduna residence of the late former Governor of old kaduna North West Nigeria State, Balarabe Musa, 7th December, 2020
He expressed dismay about happening in the country especially, insecurity, saying the leaders of security Architectures in the country should wake up to their responsibility.
Chief Ralph Okey Nwosu described the death of former Governor of old kaduna State Balarabe Musa’s death as a huge national loss given his steadfastness, patriotic contributions, and zeal in fighting for the unity, stability, and development of the nation.
According to him Musa is an outstanding democrat, a forthright leader, and an embodiment of ideals.
The ADC National Chairman added that the deceased spent the better part of his life championing the entrenchment of justice, equity, fairness, and rule of law in every sector of our national life, in spite of the challenges he faced.
Our party commiserates with the Musa family, the government and people of Kaduna state as well as his friends and associates.
“We pray that the Almighty God grants eternal repose to his soul and fortitude to the family and the nation, at large, to bear this irreparable loss.”
Chief Ralph Nwosu said Balarabe was his mentor in the political arena and his philosophy should not be allowed to died with him.
He also called on the Government to turn the residence of the late Balarabe Musa to a study centre.
In his response, the son of the late elder stateman Sagir Balarabe Musa thank National leadership of ADC for the condolence visit.
He assured then that the family will try to uphold the principle their father live for by been just, transparent and Fair to all.