I Will Open my Doors If Elected – Adamu Kabir

By Alex Uangbaoje, Kaduna

An aspirant to the Kaduna State House Assembly, on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adamu Kabir Umar, has promised that his doors will be opened to his constituents if elected as a legislator.

Adamu, who want to represent the people of Ungwan Sunusi Consituency, in state, also added that he will not be incommunicado, and will make sure he introduces monthly sitting with his party if executives.

“When am elected I will open my doors to the teaming electorates, I
will not be incommunicado, I will introduce monthly sitting with
party, executives, stakeholders, community leaders and elders, the electorates at town hall meetings, committee meetings at different zones within our 4 wards.”

“My duties & Responsibilities as a Member is to scrutinize government policy, existing laws, make new laws, oversight function, protecting the Rights of Citizens, inhabitants etc.

“While discharging all these I shall reckon with the need to support the
government by both being supportive on the flew and of course by extension working for the best interest of the people that elected me to simply and seriously represent their interest (these interests are not different from any well meaning human ;that requires his or her
needs be met.” He said.

According to him, “as a member I shall channel my energy to seeing how the children of the poor and less privilege are educated supporting the same standard our Dear Governor aspires and acting upon.

“Health care insurance is of priority to my membership or stewardship. The people deserve comprehensive health care system that takes away 95% or 100% financial burden.

“I will support and project springing up of recreational centers, meaning our public schools premises ought to be protected. We should be able to differentiate public schools and football pitches or play grounds.”

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