We don’t need FCT Minister to win Bwari Area Council – Secretary

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By Kennedy Dimaku:

Ahead of the rescheduled area council election in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, the Secretary, Bwari Area Council, Hon Luka Musa Zamshi, has expressed optimism that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) would clinch the Chairmanship Position come April 9

According to him, the party has put all the necessary measures in place to enable it retain its position in Bwari.

Speaking exclusively to our correspondent, the council scribe said, “I am sure that PDP is going to maintain its position in winning the chairmanship of Bwari Area Council, come April 9th.  We have done our work and we are still doing it. The fact that the election was postponed from 19th March to April 9 would not deter our efforts.  We have done it before and we are still going to do it again. That is why I am optimistic that we are going to emerge victorious in the election and we are determined to win.”

Zamshi said the PDP is not unaware that the party is in opposition at the center but ruling in the FCT and the area councils, positing that it has the grassroots support.

Hear him, “We may not have the president and the minister of FCT but we have the people because we are at the grassroots. We have the executive chairman, we have seven councilors for instance in Bwari, and we have the electorate. We are looking forward to winning the election and nothing will deter us.”

He called on the people of Bwari Area Council in Particular to come out en masse to vote the candidate that would add value to their lives.

Giving his Easter message, the council secretary admonished the people to leverage on the virtues of Jesus Christ to show love to one another stressing that without love, there would be no unity, and without unity, the country would not be together as one.

“I think that these two basic ingredients will help us to build this country.” He said as he reminded the people that the purpose of celebrating Easter was for the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ who came and died for the sins of mankind.


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