National chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Abdullahi Adamu,has stated the executive and legislative arms of government must collaborate in the interest of citizens.
He stated this on Saturday when he received a delegation of senators led by the senate president,Godswill Akpabio at his residence in Keffi, Nasarawa state.
Adamu stated that it was a great relief when Akpabio and Barau Jibrin, senator representing Kano north, were elected as senate president and deputy.
“I congratulate you and your deputy on your emergence as the president of the senate and deputy president of the senate respectively,” Adamu said.
“Your emergence was a great relief to the party. Contests for offices are over; it is now time for governance. There must be effective collaboration between the legislature and the executive in the overall interest of our people.
“Nigerians expect a lot through you and that can only be achieved through a united legislature and the executive working in sync in a bipartisan manner.
“As the president of the senate and chairman of the national assembly, you have the knowledge, experience and what it takes for the two arms of government to work in harmony for the peace and development of our country.”