By Israel Bulus In Gidan Waya
Gidan Waya ward has express optimism to throw their support for Honorable peter Averik to ensure he emerged the Jema’a Local Government Chairman in the next Local Government elections slighted 12 May, 2018.
Some of the Ward excos who pour encomium for the aspirant when he paid a courtesy visit to their ward in Gidan Waya, Mr. Peter Averik is a humble and experienced Politician. He has wealth of experience which will be harnessed to the development of our dear local Government.
“What the state needs at this time of untold economic hardship and insecurity is a much younger politician who is fresh with new ideas and innovative concepts and Hon Peter Averik is the only way out especially with his proven qualities,” they said.
Also commenting, Mrs Christiana Jacob,” urged the aspirant to carry the women along if God give him the leadership.
” Now that women are vulnerable to economic hardship, we need your tremendous support to reduce the rate of poverty amongst women.
Christiana further described the movement as a train for change, which no one can stop, saying “those who say their philanthropic leader will not occupy the Local Government Chairman seat , should keep watching to see what God has already perfected.” She said.
In his remarks, Hon. Peter Averik said,” I am indeed humbled by the clarion call on me by the ever political conscious youths/Women and old in our area to come on board to salvage our LG from total misrepresentation by the present administration. I am left with no option than to yield to the voice of my people,”
“I want to assure you of my total loyalty and credible leadership for the development of our LG which has suffer alots of securities challenges.
“I will use my wealth of experience to woes investors cut across the breath of this Country and beyond to ensure Jema’a LG become the hub of economic activities in our state.
Averik further appealed to every Jema’a youths to brace up and sensitize both young and old on the need to get their PVC ready for the coming Local Government elections and 2019