By Yahaya Idris, Toto.
…..My opponents benefitted from my largesse in areas of skills acquisition scheme, job creation.
….Says his experience, exposure, antecedents and achievements will count in the March 18 elections.
…..Musa General, Kwanakis, Garkuwa, others counsels electorates against fruitless politicians and wanderers.
While interacting with hundreds of electorates across polling units in Toto, Toto local government area of Nasarawa State, the lawmaker who represent the good people of Toto/Gadabuke constituency at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Hon. Usman Labaran Shafa (Principal) has cautioned the electorates to be mindful of choice the made in the weekend election so as not to regret their actions.
Labaran Shafa, a former school principal who left a lasting legacy in all the places he work before venturing into partisan politics has made another land mark achievements in his last four years as a lawmaker representing Toto/Gadabuke constituency.
He said he succeeded because he was very prepared and committed to add values to the well-being of his people irrespective of religion, tribe and above having the fear of God is another added advantage.
While reeling out his scorecards, the lawmaker said he done credibly well in areas of presentation of bills that will have direct impact not only to Toto/Gadabuke populace but state as whole.
He also said he facilitated 30 slot of employment opportunities where young men and women were taken from streets and engaged in various ministries and parastatals.
According to him, the 30 slot of employment were shared among the 6 electoral wards, facilitated the installation of solar street lights in Toto and it’s neighbouring villages, such as Chiji, Ahere and many places.
Going further, the lawmaker explained that his commitment to contribute his quota and add more to the development of Toto/Gadabuke constituency, he was able to empower women and farmers across the 6 electoral wards with grinding machines, farm inputs as part of efforts to encourage self-reliance and food security.
Mr. Labaran Shafa who is seeking for a second term insisted that he is most qualified for the job in view of his numerous contribution geared towards improvement of socio-economic activities in the area.
“I had facilitated a six block of classrooms situated in Adadu and Nakuse communities both in Toto/Gadabuke axis as part of efforts to improve the learning capacity and environment.”
He said he will do more if given the chance in the upcoming March 18 election even as he drum support for the reelection bid of the Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State.