By JACOB ONJEWU DICKSON
The Senator elect for Kaduna Central, Lawal Adamu, popularly known as Mr. LA has tasked his supporters across his constituency to make efforts in ensuring a resounding victory for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the gubernatorial and State Assembly elections, rescheduled for March 18.
He gave the charge when he recieved Mr. LA Support Group who were on a condolence and congratulatory visit to his office in Kaduna yesterday.
He stressed that for now, their priority is to win the gubernatorial and State Assembly election, tasking all to ensure the Ashiru/Ayuba ticket emerges at the March 18 polls.
Mr. LA who was speaking while responding to their speech, Lawal said that the masses hopes lie on those elected, hence, they will do their best in representing them well.
“Most importantly, we are praying to the Almighty Allah to guide us, let this seat be a blessing to the people of Kaduna.
“Let our generation be different. Let this be a turning point for others to follow,” he said.
He described Sabon Tasha in Kaduna metropolis, as his favourite, while reminding them to guide him on how to intervene in their deplorable roads condition after the inauguration, so that there will be intervention.
He thanked them for roles played in ensuring the victory of PDP in the last election.
“Each and everyone of you has played a role and it is much appreciated,” he said.
Earlier, leader of the delegation, Ovyeh Ishaya said they were there on condolence visit as well as to congratulate him on victory at the polls
He commended his resilience and doggedness in fighting for his mandate to the Supreme Court, where he was affirmed authentic PDP Candidate for Kaduna Central.
The visitors told him that roads in Sabon Tasha are deplorable, tasking him to intervene when he gets into office.
They informed him that he is loved by the people, hence the confidence reposed on him should not be in vain.
They urged him to be accessible to all his constituents.
He was also advised to operate a robust constituency office, where constituents can be engaged positively.