Ahead of the forth coming Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primaries that will usher in flag bearers for ellective offices, one of the leading female aspirant for the ticket of Kaduna State House Of Assembly, Jema’a Constituency, Ms Ndi Kato has promised to give the people credible and quality representation if given the mandate.
Ndi who made the promised in Kafanchan, while declaring her intention to Party executives, delegates and supporters, said the Local Government need more dividends of Democracy and human capital development.
Ndi, A human right activist, pledged to use her wealth of experience to give the area the leadership and representation that will move it to the next level.
“I will sponsor bills that will have direct impacts on the good people, and also lobby for projects from the executives to the people,” he said.
She stressed that, the people of the area need real change, adding that the security challenges bedevilling the people, unemployment and poverty will be reduce to the bearest minimum.
The Jema’a House of Assembly hopeful urged the delegates to make the right choice by giving the people the candidate that will give effective representation, saying that any wrong choice made by the delegates will end up bouncing back on them.
Earlier, while presenting the aspirant to the Party executives, the chairman of the campaign team, Mr. Joshua Peter appealed to the Party executives to give the candidate a chance in the interest of growth and development.
Joshua also reminded them that a woman has never been given an opportunity to represent Jema’a Local Government in the State Assembly, and urged them to give her the opportunity to serve.
He said the aspirant has a good profile that qualifies her as the most credible among all the contestants.
Responding on behalf of the party, the chairman of the party, Jama’a Local Government, Nathaniel Bawa, said the aspirant’s track records has proven she can give the people of the area good representation if given the mandate.
He added that, if not because of obeying regulations of the government and the party, the executives could have just send her straight to the House of Assembly without primaries or general elections.