House deputy speaker Hon Ahmed Idris Wase visited former Plateau state governor Chief Joshua Dariye on Tuesday to celebrate his release from prison after the president was pardoned.

While thanking God for his release, the deputy speaker advised him to view his imprisonment as an act of fate and to encourage him to forgive anyone who might have offended him.

Wase told Dariye that he received the happy news of his release while in Wase to feel sorry for the victims of the recent bandit attacks in some parts of the Wase federal constituency.


He thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for pardoning Dariye and said it is an opportunity for him to forgive and forget what happened in the past.

The deputy speaker prayed to God to continue to give him good health so that the people of Plateau continue to draw on his wisdom and experience.

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In his response, Chief Dariye said he was greatly encouraged by the love and care the deputy speaker showed him as he appreciated God for his release, thanked the deputy for his words of encouragement and said: “You are a worthy ambassador of Plateau State.”

He described the deputy speaker as a man of courage and a man of destiny, saying: “As far as I am concerned you are a worthy ambassador of Plateau State and we are proud of you,” he declared.

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