Sanda: I will give priority to the Youths in my representation, Adamawa Northern hopeful Senator says

Sanda: I will give priority to the Youths in my representation, Adamawa Northern hopeful Senator says

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…..says he will give a better representation to his people to make the fully recover from the crutches of the B’haram attacks

The excruciating pains of insurgents’ activities meted on hundreds of people, leaving many communities ravaged by the deviant Boko Haram group in Northern Adamawa State, a politician said that the area is yet to fully recover from the many woes.

A Senatorial aspirant from the Northern zone, Honourable Sanda Umar Iya said Boko Haram’s ills activities have badly dealt with the people and Women, Youths were the worst afflicted suffocating to survive from the battered economy.

The Madagali Born hoping Senator his agenda when elected to the red chambers of the National Assembly as Senator he will work on Many bills, laws, and resolutions that will change the ugly situation of the people in the zone, especially the Youths who are the backbone of the society.

He said his reasons for prioritizing the Youth in one of his mission in life is to leverage their strength by helping them achieve success in many areas of their calling that make them engage positively with no room for idleness.

According to him, idleness is the major reason that made Boko Haram activities to thrived in the country and the Youth is coerced and deceived by the gimmicks of the insurgents.

His focus on the youth, Sanda revealed they bring back a glorious life to the zone and they will live a productive life that will benefit the country at large.

Umar who has widely consulted stakeholders and met with the All Progressives Congress, APC, delegates in the five Local Government areas of Mubi North, Mubi South, Maiha, Madagali, and Michika preaching the message he will give a better representation has donated cars to many party stalwarts and his supporters.

“I will the Youth in the area of Education, I will create a job enabling environment for them through empowerment programs, I will entirely set a new agenda that will liberate Women who into businesses and farming.

” I will have a direct focus to change the narratives of poverty, and underdevelopment and give a better and a hopeful representation to my people. The vision I have set in motion long ago, I’m only actualizing it now ” Sanda

Sanda is a Business magnate and his philanthropical lifestyle according to him is endearing him to the people because of his contentment to share all he has with them.

He said the senatorial contest representing the people of Adamawa Northern zone will produce a God-desired Senator and is confident that the people are with him to give the needed support to win the election in 2023.

He however said he doesn’t see it as a big deal coming from the same Local Government as Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri who is a member of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and has a vested interest in his party winning.

Sanda said APC is the strongest party in Adamawa, his membership in APC is what will give PDP a big blow of defeat because is the Man of the moment, and a Man of the people.

Sanda, one of the Young aspirant who is barely 45 years old said he is having a high regard for the senior politicians Like former Governor Bala James Ngilari, Senator Binta Masi Garba, and former Governor Boni Haruna, and Governor Ahmadu Fintiri said he respect and revered them in high esteem.

But he said he is contesting not to challenge them to a popularity contest but is doing the politics base on the Democratic norms.

“Politics is all about interest, I’m only contesting more nothing less, I’m just trying my luck, if I clinch the APC ticket I’m sure they will rally around to support me because I’m their younger brother.

” Above all Unity of peace in making sure peace is ensured in all our communities is called I’m making to our kinsmen and hundreds that will make our people happy and good leaders will emerge. Because without good leaders our life will be in shambles and nothing good will out for our people.” Sanda called