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VP Sambo, wife seek forgiveness

19 May 2015, 08:37

Abuja - Vice-President Namadi Sambo, and wife, Amina Sambo, on Monday urged those they offended to forgive them.

The vice-president, who spoke to newsmen shortly after a valedictory meeting with his supporting members of staff, at Aguda House, Abuja, said he had forgiven all those he had interracted with in the last five years.

According to him, he has enjoyed good and cordial working relationship with all his supporting members of staff.

"Whether in government or outside government, we will continue to contribute towards the development of the country.

"And also, we have enjoyed working together and we have become one family with our staff and we assure them that we shall always be there for them.

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"Also, we pray that all those that we have offended during this period, we beg for their forgiveness and we forgive all those that have done anything wrong to us."

Sambo thanked the staff for their support and cooperation and urged them to extend the same to the incoming administration.

In her remarks, the wife of the Vice-President, Hajiya Amina Sambo, said the Sambo's family would forever remain grateful for the support, encouragement and prayers they enjoyed from the staff.

The farewell meeting was attended by all the supporting staff, including Special Advisers and Senior Special Assistants to the vice-president and his wife.



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