Support For Akpabio  Thickens As  Stability  Group  Hosts Senators-elect 

Senstors-elect  across party line have renewed their supports for aspiration  of the former Minister of Niger Delta,Godswill Akpsbio to lead the 10th Senate as its President.
They gave this indication at the dinner organised by the leadership of he Stability Group for Senators Godswill Akpabio and Jibrin Barau
The  dinner was graced by over 70 Senators-elect to a dinner at the Transcorp
The dinner  it was organized to enable the Senators-elect the opportunity to rub minds and compare notes on the progress so far recorded since it started consultations with relevant party structures, stakeholders, leaders of thought and Senators-elect on the aspirations of Senators Akpabio and Barau for the leadership of the 10th Senate.
It was also learnt that attendance at the Dinner cut across party lines, a confimation that members of the Group were more than committed to handling issues brought before it in a bipartisan manner for national development and unity.
Speaking to newsmen shortly after the session, the preferred choice of the party,  Senator Godswill Akpabio said the dinner was organized by the leadership of the group for members to further deliberate on how to collaborate with the president Tinubu-led administration for the benefit of Nigeria and Nigerians.
According to him, “today’s meeting is a continuation of the one earlier held at the Frazer Suites. We believe that it is important we continue to bond together because God has put us together for the next four years to work for the benefit of Nigerians  in the 10th Senate”.
Speaking further, the former Senate Minority Leader said, ” we believe that every Senator irrespective of his or her political party is first and foremost a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria”.
On the allegation that the Senate under his leadership would be a rubber stamped one, Akpabio said, ” the answer is very simple. In America, the Vice president is the Presiding Officer  of the Sen

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