2023: Why I declares For Jeme’a/Sanga House Of Representative Seat, Ex- council Boss

The race for the Jema’a/Sanga Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives intensified as a former Council boss, Hon Dan Amos, declared his intention to vie under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 elections.

Dan Amos, who made the declaration at his Ward in Jagindi on Sunday, promised examplery leadership that would enhance true Democratic values.

According to him, his decision to run for the seat came after the incumbent Member, Hon Nicholas Shehu (Sarkin Noma) revealed that he will not contest for the seat after serving for three tenures.

Honourable Dan apealed to his Constituents to give him the opportunity to serve them, with the promise of not failing them by taking Jema’a and Sanga to another level of development through providing positive and all inclusive Government.

The House of Representative hopeful observed that the people should continue to live peaceful with one another irrespective of any difference, obey the rules of law and all constituted authorities to pave way for rapid development.

Responding to Honourable Dan Amos, a principal stakeholder of the party in Jagindi Ward and Jema’a Local Government Area, Hon Adamu Babaji expressed gratitude to God for the declaration, owing to the fact that he observed the past experience of the aspirant according to him, has put him in the right position to deliver the dividends of Democracy to the people right in their door steps.

Babaji assured the aspirant of the People’s support anytime the need arises.

In his part, the Chairman Former Councillors forum Jema’a Local Government Honourable Amos Samaila observed that the number of people that thronged the venue of Dan Amos declaration was an indication that he is the most credible candidate for the position.

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He told the aspirant to know that the people love him owing to the exceptional qualities he posses, against which backdrop he advised him to sustain the tempo.

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