BY OBUTE JAMES
Senator Suleiman Hunkuyi, representing Kaduna North Senatorial District in National Assembly said the Government of Kaduna State abolished indigene and settler law because the Kaduna is a cosmopolitan state.
Senator Hunkuyi who is Chairman Senate Committee on National Identity Card and National Population as well as Vice Chairman, Senate Committee on Federal Character and Inter-governmental Affairs disclosed this in Abuja when Igbo World Union Leaders paid him courtesy visit.
The President of the Igbo World Union, Amb. Mishak Nnanta earlier sought the assistance and cooperation of Hunkuyi and his senate committees to help empower his people within and outside the country.
Hunkuyi said his committee is cornered with even distribution of appointment and project across the country. According to Hunkuyi, the committee is making effort to ensure federal character in employment, appointment and projects across the nation.
Nnanta said “Your office is adjudged crucial to the continuous success of Mr. President strategic anticorruption campaign, also to adequately enhance fluid collaboration with other arms of government.
“Igbo World Union, aplan Igbo-Socio Cultural Organization, sparing Nigeria and spread abroad articulating and promoting the socio-cultural diplomacy of Ndigbo in liberal unity, social justice, equity, transparency and peaceful co-existence with other tribes, supports the resolute consistence of this administration towards national development, Nnanta said.