By Kennedy Dimaku
Peoples Democratic Party, PDP Councillorship candidate for Kuduru Ward
in Bwari Area Council of Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Hon Umar Isah
has expressed confidence that he would emerge victorious in the
forthcoming FCT Area Council election slated for 19th March, 2016.
Isah who exclusively spoke to our correspondent noted that the
confidence stems from the life touching projects he had brought to his
community, a situation that made the community to beckon on him to
come and serve them in a representative capacity. He added that he
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He made it known that if he is elected as councilor, he would be
committed with the business of making good laws that would add values
to the lives of the people, not only in Kuduru Ward but in Bwari Area
Council in general.
According to him, he would attract other developmental projects that
would deliver the dividend of democracy to the electorate. For
instance, he said he would continue the gesture from where he stopped
as a supervisory councilor: construction of solar bore hole, training
people on skill acquisition, giving scholarship to the youths etc.
He maintained that he would not betray the confidence the people
repose on him, rather would step up his commitment considering the
popular saying, “To whom much is given, much is expected.”
Isah admitted it is better to vote for a person who has been tested,
trusted and committed to touching the lives of the poor masses.
The PDP councillorship candidate said that education of the youths
would be his priority. This would be made possible through
collaboration with stakeholders Also, scholarship initiatives, youths
and women empowerment via skill acquisition, and making a small
revolving loan available to enable those who have acquired skill to
start their businesses would be given utmost priority.
He called on the electorate to come out en masse and vote wisely by
voting for him and PDP, as well as conducting themselves in a manner
devoid of violence, stressing, “Election is not a do or die affairs.”