Zakari Isah Kaduna
….calls on politicians to help the vulnerable.
A grassroots politician and PDP youth mobilizer, Ahmad Umar Turakin Dujima have urged people in Kaduna North local government area and Kaduna state to move quickly and register for their permanent voters’ cards (PVC) with just a few days left before INEC closes the registration.
Turakin Dujima who made the call while commenting on the significance of voter’s cards to an election, also noted that the populace has now understood the fact that having their PVCs will enable them to vote for the candidates of their choice in the 2023 General Elections.
“I want you to vote Alhaji Atiku Abubakar for president, Honourable Isa Ashiru Kudan as the next Kaduna State governor, and our incumbent House of Reps Member Samaila Suleiman to yet again represent us”.
“I don’t regard, politics as a do or die thing, as recent development regarding MS Uztas is an eye, you can see even those he was serving have done little or nothing to assist secure his release, this is a concern to me even though we are not from the same party”.
He said participation in the electoral process will provide the youths opportunity to be part of governance and enable them to determine who to entrust with their future and that of the country.
“As the leaders of tomorrow there is no better time than now to take this opportunity and make ourselves relevance and participate in this electoral process” he noted.
The youth mobilizer urges all Nigerians to take advantage of the opportunity to register while praising INEC for making the process of registering and obtaining a PVC seamless.
Ahmad Umar Turaki while advising the people to be mindful of their security and report any suspicious persons to security operatives, called on the politicians to help the vulnerable, especially now with the economic downturn.
“We must watch each other’s back and remain security conscious and pass information of any suspicious person to guard against criminals”
It could be recalled that the Turakin Dujima, expended about ten million naira, as a humanitarian gesture to improve the economy of households around Badarawa, Unguwan Rimi, Kawo, and another part of Kaduna North local government.
“This said gesture is to touch humanity thereby providing to the less privileged in my communities”, he reechoed.