The President, Eggon Cultural and Development Association ( ECDA), Worldwide, Mr Mandy David Abuluya, has urged Eggon people and other Nigerians to continue to live in unity and peace for the overall development of the country.
Abuluya made the call during 2022 Eggon Carnival of Peace and Togetherness organised by Ame Wo Ba Eggon ( AWBE), Socio-Cultural Organization of Eggon people at Eggon Community Secondary School, Nassarawa Eggon, Nasarawa State on Wednesday.
Abuluya, who is the Founder of Nacabs Polytechnic, Akwanga said that the importance of unity and peace to human and societal development couldnot be overemphsized, hence the need of his call in that direction.
He also called on the youths to embrace different skills acquisition in order to be self reliant and contribute their quota to the development of the society.
He commended AWBE for organising the carnival aimed at fostering unity among Eggon people.
” I also want to call on you not to allow yourselves to be used by selfish politicians or individuals in causing trouble ahead of the 2023 general elections,” he said.
The president assured of his continous commitment to promote unity and peace as well as prioritize the education of Eggon people and others.
Also Speaking, Chief Adams Makka Nangba, the District Head of Wakama appreciated AWBE for their initiative in promoting unity and peace among Eggon people and others.
The District Head also called on Eggon nation to continue to embrace unity amd co-exist peacefully with each other for developmemt to thrive.
On his part, Lt. Comd. Mark Abashi, the Chairman, Board of Trustees ( BOT) AWBE, has assured of his readiness to ensure unity among AWBE members, Eggon nation and others for the progress and development of the society.
” It is when we are united and live together that we will achieve what we want,” he said.
Amb.Isaac Kigbu, the President, Eggon Youth Movement ( EYM) Worldwide while donating car to the winner of Beauty Pageant, assured of his readiness to continue to put smiles on the faces of the people of Eggon nation and other people.
The President also urged Eggon nation to live in unity and be their brother’s keepers in the interest of development.
Earlier, Mr Isaac Achuku, the AWBE President said that the event was organised in order to promote unity and peace among Eggon people and others.
” It is also to show case and promote our cultural heritage,” he said.
The president assured of his continous readiness to initiate good policies and programmes that would promote unity and peace and improve on the standard of living of the people of Eggon nation.