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2023: YPP inaugurates 50 man-campaign council for a federal legislator in Adamawa

From Umar Dankano, Yola

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Young Progressives Party (YPP) has inaugurated a 50-man campaign council for its candidate of federal House of Representatives representing Toungo, Jada, Ganye and Mayobelwa in Adamawa state.

Administrating oath of allegiance to the campaign council members in Jada local government area weekend,
Chairman of the party ,Engineer Musa Maigana charged the council’s members to work assiduously for the victory of Engineer Nurudeen Aliyu Hammanyero as the federal lawmaker come 2023 elections.

Maigana represented at the occasion by the party’s state secretary, Hon. Baba Nyako said the YPP is solidly behind the candidate (Nurudeen) stressing that it is high time the party should produce a people’s choice for quality representation and good governance.

Maigana instructed that all efforts must be channeled towards mobilisation of votes from electorates in all nooks and crannies of the four local councils in the constituency and the state at large with a view to clinching the seat victoriously.

“Let us vote for Nurudeen Hammanyero because he is the face of hope in our new political dispensation. He is a young, Vibrant, energetic, educated and cosmopolitan politician with the required dose of political will to bring positive change in our constituency,” he stated.

In his welcome address, the representative hopeful, Engr. Nurudeen Hammanyero said the concern for the provision of dividends of democracy and development of his area motivated him to joined the race.

Hammanyero expressed with dismay the long sufferings being experienced by the constituents in the area due to bad representatives in the last 24 years of democracy despite huge constituency allowances received by previous representatives.

He urged the electorate not despair in the face of disappointments they experienced in the past calling on them to rallying round his genuine aspiration to enable him right the wrongs as a messiah.

“When you have long been disappointed, you will have reason not to listen to anybody. However, everything in life happens for a reason, I’m not special but also a human being like you asking for a chance to contribute positively.

“There should be a window in life that you always leave for another chance. And it is this window that I’m asking, please consider me with this chance and you will see the difference,” Hammanyero pleaded.

Earlier in their separate good will messages at the inauguration ceremony, Mrs Victoria Rapheal and other speakers expressed optimism that Engineer Nurudeen Hammanyero would make the difference considering his track record as a retired Naval officer turned politician.

They approved Hammanyero’s candidature as federal lawmaker in the constituency for the job in 2023 calling on their brothers and sisters in Toungo, Ganye and Jada local government areas to support their son (Nurudeen Hammanyero) who is from Mayobelwa local government area for power rotation and balance.

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