Presidential, NASS polls: Kogi LG Boss tours wards, makes fresh promises




Lagos, NIGERIA: A man drops his voters card in a ballot box at a polling station in Lagos 14 April 2007. Nigerians voted 14 April in elections for governors and legislators in 36 states, with security forces on high alert and violence reported in two southern oil towns. Major parties see the polls as an indicator of their chances in the April 21 election of a successor to President Olusegun Obasanjo, who is ending his second four-year term. AFP PHOTO / PIUS UTOMI EKPEI (Photo credit should read PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images)



The Administrator of Kogi/Koton-Karfe Local Government Area of Kogi State, Barrister Tanko Osuku, has commenced a ‘thank you’ tour to the 11 wards in the area.

The tour was in appreciation to the party members and the electorate for voting for the APC during the just concluded presidential and National Assembly elections.

The tour is jointly led by the House of Representatives member elect, Hon. Abdulkarim Isah, leadership of the party and political appointees.

Speaking at Akpasu Ward on Sunday, Tanko, who assured members that the APC would win again, said that the party was indebted to all members.

He attributed the failure of the party in the Senatorial election in local government area to “some internal issues,” stressing that they were already being addressed to strengthen the party for future challenges.

“We must rise again and reposition ourselves to succeed in the March 9, House of Assembly election.

“Let me assure you all that your labour will not go in vain; our party is making frantic effort to reciprocate your goodwill,” he said.

Also speaking, the House of Representatives member-elect, Hon. Abdulkarim Isah, assured members and would orters of the party  that APC would again win the House of Assembly election gallantly and stamp its impact in subsequent elections

Isah who thanked them for voting for all APC candidates in the just conclude Presidential and Parliamentary elections urged members to sustain their support in the interest of the party, and promised that such efforts would be rewarded at the end of the day.




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