Why I remain the best candidate for Dekina Chairmanship Position - Sule

The People’s Democratic Party, PDP Chairmanship Candidate for Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi State


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Why I remain the best candidate for Dekina Chairmanship Position - Sule
Agagwu Samuel Sule


The People’s Democratic Party, PDP Chairmanship Candidate for Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi State, Agagwu Samuel Sule, says he remains the best candidate to reverse the trend of poverty and underdevelopment, that have pervaded the local government over time, canvassing support for his election come Saturday December 12.


Our Kogi State Correspondent reports that Sule, gave the assurance while addressing his supporters at a campaign rally in Dekina, Egume, Okura and Anyigba in preparation for the polls.

Sule maintained that if given the mandate by the peace loving people of Dekina Local Government, the issue of percentage payment that has reduced the purchasing power of staff and pensioners, would be a thing of the past.

Sule assured that his administration will ensure training and retraining of workers, prompt payment of salaries and allowances as well as improvement in the working and living condition of staff.

According to him, road construction and development would also be accorded priority, saying,  "network of roads are catalyst to rapid socio economic development of rural communities".

He added that other sectors that would receive government attention if elected, include water supply, agriculture, health care delivery as well as education.

The PDP chairmanship candidate while thanking stakeholders for nominating him as their sole candidate, said he would strive hard to live up to expectation in the delivery of democracy dividends to the people.

He called on the youths and the entire people of the local government to come out en mass and vote for all the PDP candidates, describing the party as credible with a human face.

 

Sule called on electorates in the Local Government to protect their votes on Saturday, adding that, they should not allow any fraudulent individuals to sabotage their electoral will to provide governance in the area. 

 

Recall that the Kogi State Independent Electoral Commission, (KOSIEC), fixed 12th December, 2020, for Local Government election in the state. 



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Odimayo Olatunde Frederick
graduate of Mass Communication and Kogi State Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper
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