Kogi West ADC Senatorial Candidate Promises An Inclusive Representation If Elected

By Amuda Dan Sulaiman Fab

African Democratic Congress, (ADC), Candidate for Kogi West Senatorial District, in the 2023 general elections, Dele Bello-Williams has promised to run all inclusive representation that will benefit the youth, women, widows and other strata of the society, when elected.

Bello-Williams disclosed this during an interactive session with newsmen in Lokoja on Saturday.

The ADC senatorial candidate said he is aspiring to represent the people of his district in order to add value and give back to the society.

His words: “I am thinking of how best to serve my people and help the downtrodden in the society.

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“I believe political office would give me opportunity to impact more lives positively. It will help me leverage on my network to better the lots of my constituents.

“I will be doing things differently to the benefit of all across the seven local government areas in Kogi West Senatorial district. I will use legislation to address challenges facing our people and Nigeria as a whole.”

Bello-Williams described the ADC Senatorial Primary election for Kogi West as free, fair and credible; adding that his emergence as candidate is attracting many political gladiators to ADC.

“I won’t promise what we cannot do. I will use my network, experience, knowledge and understanding of national politics to bring goodies to Kogi West in terms of projects facilitation and sponsorship of impactful bills.

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Speaking on bill sponsorship, Bello-Williams said he will look at how government can properly harness opportunity in mining, especially in Kogi State.

He said mining is the fastest way of bringing development to the society, stating that it will create jobs, leae infrastructural development, grow small businesses and building of new settlements.

He appreciated the media practitioners for their support and solicited for better partnership ahead of the electioneering campaigns.


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