By Henry Umoru
ABUJA — VICE President Namadi Sambo, yesterday, promised that the outcome of the 2014 National Conference will be utilised to settle the problems currently confronting the country.
Speaking, yesterday, at the closing dinner as part of activities to conclude the conference, Vice President Sambo described the 2014 National Conference put in place by President Goodluck Jonathan, March 17 with 492 delegates as the broadest in the nation’s chequered political history where issues were raised and discussed without interference.
The Vice President, who noted that the conference was put in place by the President because of his belief that there was no alternative to dialogue, said, “deliberations of the conference will be utilised to settle the nation’s problems.”
Sambo, who hailed the gift of understanding exhibited by the delegates throughout the period of the conference, said that the country and the government will remain grateful to them, adding that they had succeeded in producing for the country a living document.
Meanwhile, President Goodluck Jonathan will formally close the Conference today.