By Sadiq Abubakar, Abuja.
The senate minority leader, Senator Phillip Aduda representing the FCT, has pledged to provide more viable infrastructures and employment opportunity for people of Central ward of Gwagwalada area council.
Aduda, was speaking during his tour to Central ward of the council on Saturday, assured that he will provide amenities such pipe borne water, clinic, rural roads, electricity as well as employment opportunities for the unemployed youth of the area.
He said his assumption at the senate has within the last three years impacted positively on the lives of the good people of the FCT, saying he has carried out youth and women empowerment across the six area councils of the FCT.
He said though, it was unfortunate that the APC administration has continued to inflict hardship on Nigerians, through new naira policy and fuel scarcity, while urging people of Central ward to ensure they come out and vote for all PDP candidates come February 25th 2023 election.
Also speaking, the director general of the Atiku Abubakar PDP presidential campaign in the FCT, Mr Ezikel Dalhatu Musa, urged people of Central ward to be wary of politicians who come to asked them to vote through tribal lines.
He said such politicians have nothing to offer rather than going about to create tribal division and sentiment to persuade the voters, saying the PDP under senator Aduda has made a lot of impact on the lives of people of the territory.
Earlier, a chieftain of the PDP in the central ward of the council, Alhaji Aliyu Saba, commended senator Aduda for providing some viable projects to the people of the Central ward, especially sinking of boreholes, solar panels.
He, however, appealed to senator Aduda to empower some youth and women through skills acquisition in the area, saying some youth who have graduated from universities over some years back were yet to be employed.
Our correspondent report that among dignitaries at the event were the house of representative member for Abuja south federal constituency, Alhaji Hassan Sokodabo, former house of Reps member, Isah Ega Dobi, PDP chairman and some party chieftains.