I will make laws of economy importance to my people-APC aspirant

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An aspirant who is hoping to represent the People of Yola South, Yola North and Girei Local Government Areas,LGAs, Alhaji Abubakar Baba Zango at the National assembly said he will concentrate his wisdom in making sure good laws that will have economy values to his people and the entire country are made.

Zango said this after visiting the All Progressives Congress, APC,office in Yola where he declared his intention to aspire for the House of representative of the three LGAs is coming from.

According to Abubakar declaring his intention to join others at the race was born out of a passionate invitation of his political kinsmen who discovered in him qualities of good representation when he was a commissioner of Youths and support.

Zango has been a Grass root politician haven been a councillor and Leader of the House in Yola North LGA and grow up to be a assistant organizing secretary of the opposition party (PDP) before decamping to the ruling party (APC).

He revealed that his experience as a grass root politician had thought him to be a selfless person in all he do. According to him even in his business areas he makes sure people benefit from all that the ought to be benefit.

“If God willing, I will not only make good laws that will benefit my people but I will make it a point of duty to empower Women and Youths to be self reliance in meaning ventures.

”I’m into Oil and Gas,importation of fertilizer,using the little resources that God is putting in my hands to do a lot of philanthropical works. If God permit me to be in the house of representative I will combine my efforts by lobbying through my colleagues to do what it has never Being done in my federal constituency.” Zango Said

He further said that Governor Muhammadu Umaru Jibrilla Bindow is delivering the Democratic benefit to Adamawa people and he needs consolidated support from good law makers from the national assembly to help him do more for the state.

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