Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Assembly Aspirant Tasks Adavi Eba APC Members On Sacrifice


By Josiah Aliyu.

Leaders, members and stakeholders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adavi Eba ward of Adavi local government have been advised on the need to make sacrifices that will ensure the success of the party in the forthcoming general elections in the country.

A frontline Adavi constituency House of Assembly aspirant, Alh. Ishaq Asuku Ilyas (Rich man) gave the advice during a meeting with party members on Saturday.

Asuku urged the party executive to work inline with the new direction administration of Governor Yahaya Bello.

He stated that as a politician and business tycoon, he will make laws that will have direct impact and help to rebuild the state and his constituency’s economy via robust commercial agriculture, tourism, youth employment through vocational training, institutionalization of social security for aged, sick and unemployed and free education to the secondary cadre.

The party members of Adavi Eba ward threw their weight behind the aspiration of Alh. Asuku pledging to help him clinch the party ticket to contest for the House of Assembly seat come 2019.
Salami Muhammed urged the party members in the Adavi constituency to support the Alh Ishaq Asuku for good legislative agenda in governance.

“This time we are ready to support our own with unshakeable and massive support,” he added.
Asuku, while addressing the Ward executive, promised not to betray their trust in him if given the opportunity to pepresent them at the state house of assembly.

He appealed to Adavians to avail themselves of the opportunity of the ongoing voters registration exercise to get registered and collect their permanent voter cards (PVCs) so as to actively participate in the electoral process.

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