Adoke family thanks Ebira people for their support and prayers for his release

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Following the bail grated to Muhammed Adoke, SAN, the former Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, (AGF) by a high court in Gwagwalada, Alh Abdulrahman Ado-sadiq on behalf of the Adoke family has thanks all Anebira that were there for them in prayers and physical support.

Ado-Sadiq who was the senatorial candidate of DPP in 2007 and 2011 Kogi central election, said those who were critical about the former AGF would get to know in the fullness of time that, he meant well for Nigeria and his people.

While highlighting some of the achievements of the former Minister while in in office, Ado-Sadiq, said that Adoke had influenced the appointment of Ebira indigine as the sole administrator of Ajaokuta steel industry.

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In addition, he said Adoke, equally placed Ajaokuta steel industry among the national wealth which cannot be concsensioned .

Speaking further Ado-Sadiq said, “The same Adoke as a Minister influenced the appointment of notable persons from Ebiraland into positions of authority in Nigeria. What legacy do you want more than this? Tell me which legacy is more than the ones he has given to Ebira people in the recent time?

“Muhammad Adoke as Minister, was able to bring back the much orchestrated Ajaokuta Steel Complex project from the conscenaire.

“He paid the WAEC fees of all Ebira students across the five senetorial district. His slots in Custom Service also came to Ebiraland. I have the list of those beneficiaries.

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“Mohammed Bello Adoke SAN.
Yes in Service there are some burdens, you met yours so also everyone will meet his or hers. There is no exception. I can attest that you made your mark in the sands of time. Wellcome back home Sir.


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