The senator representing Adamawa south senatorial zone, Sen. Binos Dauda Yaroe has expressed optimism of the party’s victory come 2023 general election.
The senator who made the statement during the inauguration of 118 member Mayo-Belwa LG PDP campaign council, said, his optimism was borne out of the massive developmental strides instituted by the PDP.
“We have every opportunity in this Local Government to deliver our party at the presidential, national assembly, gubernatorial and state assembly elections come 2023. We cannot afford to do otherwise. Our campaigns will be made very easy because everywhere we go we have stories to tell and projects to point at.
“If we come home to Mayo-Belwa LG for instance, H.E. has completed the access road to Ndikong. He has also awarded the contract for the renovation/fencing of Government Girls Science Secondary School Mayo-Belwa. Very soon the reconstruction of Mararaba to Tola road and Boundary to Gorobi/Ubakka/Bariki roads and the cottage hospital will be flagged off.
“On my part as the Senator representing Adamawa South I have done or influenced a few things in Mayo-Belwa LG: Intervened in the Jerreng bridge that was at a point of being cut off in 2019 and 2020. 2019 with FERMA via a motion in Senate, and 2020 through a letter to SGF with supporting pictures and plan for rehabilitation.
” I sponsored the construction of access bridge at Vendalam to link Yolde Gubudo; gacilitated the installation of mini solar grid to power the Health Care Centre in Wakka; drilled and installed motorised boreholes in Tola, Sabon Kasuwa, Gorobi, Wayere and Ndikong; drilled and installed hand-pump borehole at Government Girls Science Secondary School Mayo-Belwa; conducted a free medical outreach at cottage hospital Mayo-Belwa where over 6,000 patients were attended to.
“I also provided empowerment materials to farmers, tailors etc such as irrigation water pumps, mechanized hand ploughs, mini rice mills, sewing machines, grinding machines, derp freezers, fertilizers, herbicides, motorcycles, purchased and donated 2,500KVA transformers for T-Junction and Anguwan Kuka; purchased and donated maize as palliatives during 2020 COVID-19 pandemic; moved motion in senate for relief materials for flood victims in 2019 and supported the hunters association through the office of their state chairman to curb criminality and maintain peace in the LG,” he said.
Sen. Yaroe noted that the campaign council was carefully selected to ensure nobody is left out so that the party will go into the campaigns as an all inclusive team adding that, “If we work hard collectively with commitment, we shall surely be victorious.”
The campaign council has, Sen. Binos Dauda Yaroe as Chairman, Muhammed Buji, Vice chairman I, Shuaibu Audu, vice chairman II, Aminu Sebore, Director General, Peter Dape, Director General I Lunyaluwa Raymond Director General II, Hammanjamdi Abubakar, Secretary, while Ibrahim Babayola is to serve as the assistant secretary of the council.
Speaking on behalf of the campaign council, the Director General, Aminu Sebore, assured members of the party of their readiness to deliver all the party’s candidates, adding that the public should expect, loyalty, commitment and hard work from them.
With the inauguration, the Mayo- Belwa chapter of the people’s Democratic party has become the first to have inaugurated a campaign council after the State council which was inaugurated last Monday in Yola, the Adamawa State capital by governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri.