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I have projects across all wards in FCT – Aduda

Senator Philip Aduda, representing the FCT, has  said he has executed people-oriented projects across all political wards of the territory.

Aduda stated this after he submitted his nomination form at the state secretariat of the PDP in Abuja, yesterday.

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He is seeking to represent the people of the FCT at the Senate for the third time.

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He said he had empowered youth and women with skills and supported them with capital to start up in their areas of expertise.

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“I want to thank everyone of you for your support and for standing by me to provide dividends of democracy to the good people of the FCT, “ he said.

Also speaking, chairman of the FCT PDP, Alhaji Ibrahim Biko, said Aduda deserved to be re-elected for the third time based on his excellent performance.

He called on party supporters and stakeholders to embark on intensive campaign across all nooks and crannies of the FCT to ensure Aduda was returned for the third time in next year’s election.

 

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