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Maikalangu host wife of FCT Senator, as she leads PDP campaign train to smaller villages

By Chioma Nnodim

Abuja Municipal Area Council, AMAC, Chairman, Hon. Christopher Zakka Maikalangu has reminded FCT electorate that the candidature of Distinguished Senator Philip Aduda and Hon. Micah Jiba for the Senatorial and House of Representative offers them renewed hopes with a credible action plan that is calculated to mitigate plethora of needs and expectations of the entire territory.

Maikalangu, who spoke at a massive campaign rally organized by the wife of Senator Philip Aduda, Mrs Hauwa Aduda, in Jiwa and Gwagwa of the nation’s capital, described Aduda and Jiba as the most formidable candidates citizens can trust.

He described the mammoth crowd who trekked from distant communities as a demonstration that the PDP candidatures remains the best choice that will turn the unending plight of the FCT indigenous people. as part of their solidarity and support for the PDP candidates. 

He emphasized that the victory of the PDP in the FCT is a victory to advance the hopes and aspirations of ordinary Nigerians.

Maikalangu further stressed that Nigerians should campaign assiduously to ensure that the PDP Presidential Candidate Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and PDP Candidates emerge victorious on 25th February, 2023.

The Chairman who spoke to various women group across Jiwa ward re-enforced his innate position that women have a vital role to play in the forth-coming 2023 general election and encourage them to rally round and ensure landslide victory to all the PDP candidates, and promised to make them job creators rather than job seekers.

He said that he will work very hard to put an end to every frustration being suffered by women, during my first tenure in office especially infant mortality rate in the council and ensure a total girl-child education across the FCT. 

“so far, we have seen our representatives at the National Assembly projecting the real plight of the FCT indigenes” especially the issues of resettlement and compensation, reintegration, representation in the Federal Executive Council and the right of the original inhabitants of Abuja which has gotten reasonable attention at the National Assembly. so it is more dangerous to vote in a first timer at the National Assembly who will start from the scratch, therefor delaying the vast achievement made by our law makers at the National Assembly. I used this opportunity to commend them even though they are few representing us at the National Assembly but they are doing well.”

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