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By Yusuf Abubakar.
Chairman Senate committee on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Senator Atai Aidoko Ali has announced the commencement f a ‘thank you’ of of the 27 districts in Kogi East senatorial district to keep the constituents abreast of the developments at the National Assembly.
The nine local governments in Kogi East consists of three districts each, as established by the colonial masters for easy administrative convenience and equitable distribution of government facilities.
During the visits, Senator Aidoko will to render account of his stewardship, pay homage to the traditional class, opinion leaders and moulders, party stalwarts and stakeholders from the various districts.
He said he deemed it fit to appreciate the support and solidarity he has enjoyed over the years from the good people Kogi East who have twice elected him into the senate.
He stated that he will also use the opportunity to unveil over 100 projects, equitably distributed across the districts in the 7th and the current 8th senate. These projects include provision of boreholes, transformers, rural electrification, skill acquisition centres, street lights, blocks of classroom, hospitals, clinics and other interventions.
The Kogi East Senator will also launch his quest for re-election to be followed by a town hall meeting with party leaders and members of the PDP in the various districts.
Senator Aidoko, during his routine visit to his constituents, inaugurated a ‘Think Tank’ of a carefully selected PDP members to drive the manifesto and also ensure the success of all the candidates of the party in the forthcoming general elections.
He will use the opportunity to explain the need to rally electorate and guide them properly on the need to also strive to elect the Presidential candidate of PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar to ensure a new Nigeria.
Senator Aidoko is the senatorial candidate of the PDP in the forthcoming election in February, with a dual advantage of a ranking status having served in the 7th and the current 8th Senate.
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