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Senator Ike Ekweremadu

The Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, has said he would retire from politics in 2023, Concise News understands.

Ekweremadu noted this on Sunday at an event to mark his 57th birthday and to thank God and his constituents for his re-election.

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He noted that God has been kind to him since he joined politics and reeled out his achievements for the people.

“However, my dear brothers and sisters, you must admit that no matter how melodious a song may be, it will definitely have an end,” he said.

“Therefore, as I thank you for these 16 memorable and splendid years as a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; as I thank my distinguished colleagues for honouring me as the Deputy President of the Senate for three consecutive times; as we recall the accomplishments of the projects of my representation in the last 16 years; as I acknowledge your kindness in keeping me in the Senate for these 16 years; and as I prepare to further represent you by your mandate for the next four years, let me seek your understanding and indulgence to now announce that this will be my last term as your Senator.

“As we get set for the 9th Senate, be assured that I will focus on the completion of all ongoing projects we attracted and ensure that communities that are yet to benefit from our vision in infrastructure adequately benefit.

“I will work with other patriotic Nigerians within and outside the National Assembly and across party, ethnic, and religious lines to address issues of disunity, insecurity, and poverty currently threatening our nation.

“I believe that together we can pioneer a new order characterised by peace, justice, unity, prosperity, egalitarianism, and boundless opportunities for all”.