Senate President?David Mark on Monday?assured that he would not relent in his efforts to promote the cause of peace, unity?and progress in Nigeria.
This is contained in a statement issued?in Abuja and signed by the senate president?s chief press secretary, Paul Mumeh.
Mark said he would remain steadfast and committed to the ideals of nationhood in a manner that would give every citizen a sense of belonging.
Responding to his endorsement by Peoples Democratic Party, Benue?South Senatorial District as sole candidate for the 2015 Senatorial election, Mark promised to serve the people with the fear of God.
The senate president, who was represented by the Minister of Interior, Abba Moro, assured that he would uphold the principle of fairness, honesty and justice to all, irrespective of?tribe or religion.
?I am humbled by your desire for me to continue to serve. This resolution by you is historical and monumental.
?It has reinforced me to continue to do all that is right to the glory of God and to the benefit of mankind.
?With God and the overwhelming support of you all, I will not fail. You have proven to be my pillar?, he said.
The senate president also promised not to relent on his efforts?in ensuring that society is a better place for all Nigerians.
The Deputy Governor of Benue State, Chief Stephen Lawani, according to the statement, reaffirmed the commitment of government to?ensuring that?Mark was endorsed by PDP in the zone.
He?said?Mark was the best the zone could produce for the senate.
Chairman of the state PDP, Dr Emmanuel Agbo?and Vice Chairman Zone C, Mr Moses Ajima,?in their separate remarks,?commended the efforts of?Mark.
They noted that the people could not afford to substitute him in view of?his overwhelming contributions to the development of the state.
Deputy Speaker, Benue?House of Assembly, Dr. Steve Onmeje, moved a motion that was unanimously adopted by the people to endorse Mark for an unprecedented fifth term.