National President of National Interest Network, a Non Governmental Organisation (NGO), Johnson Da-Silva Esq says that Nigeria is not in her best at the moment due to insecurity in the country.
Da-Silva said this while addressing the members of the group at the inauguration of Benue State chapter in Makurdi, Benue as part of activities to mark the 2021 Democracy Day celebrated on June 12.
The president, who expressed his pain over the killing going on in the country and that of Benue State, where he said that innocent lives were wasted almost a daily basis, led the group to observe a one minute silence for the departed souls.
Da-Silva encouraged the Benue State people to embrace the network, team together in other to see the Benue State they desire.
(Hon Franca Hembadoon. Benue State Chapter Chairlady).
He explained that National Interest Network was not a political party but ready to work with all the political parties with interest for a better nation.
“We love anything that favours the nation and the citizens, we as well hate anything that will not be to national interest,” he said.
The inaugural programme has the network important personalities from the local government areas of Benue State, North Central Zone and other national executives in attendance.
They include the National Vice President, Hon Girgir Isreal Girgir, the National Secretary, Hon Francis Alaku, National Publicity and Media Director, Hon Yusuf Ibrahim, National Women Leader represented by Nasarawa State Chairperson, Hon Asabe Muhammed Okpede, The Zonal Chairman and Secretary, Hon Orogu Yusuf Abbé and Hon Mbawede Ikechukwu Charles.
The National President sworn in the Benue State Executives and urged them to unite and do their best to ensure a better Benue State.
The executives, who were given their letters of appointment and these include the Chairman, Hon Iorkyase Franca Hembadoon; Vice Chairman, Hon Isho Richard; State Secretary, Hon Gaddy Mercy; State Financial Secretary, Hon Kpenkpen Judith; State Treasurer, Hon Tule Ahemen; State Publicity and Media Secretary, Hon Zenke David and others. A vote of thanks was given through the State Chairlady.
National Interest Network is said to be in about 15 states in Nigeria as at the time this report is being filed.