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Senator Daduut empowers 600 constituents with power tillers, motorcycles, tricycles others

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Senator Daduut empowers 600 constituents with power tillers, motorcycles, tricycles others

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The Senator representing Plateau South  in the National assembly Professor  Ladi Dadu’ut   on Saturday distributed empowerment items worth  millions of Naira to over 600 of her  constituents.

Items distributed  by the Senator includes  several   power tillers , motorcycles, tricycles , sewing machines ,grinding machines , Knapsack and water  pumps for dry season farming  to several  farmers, among other items .

Speaking at the distribution ceremony, Senator Dadu’ut said the gesture is her  own way of showing appreciation to her constituents for finding her  worthy to represent them in the senate.

Our correspondent reports that Prof. Dadu’ut has so far empowered over 8 ,000 of her constituents since  elected  Senator representing Plateau South  about a year ago .

In her words ” As you are aware in my manifesto ,I pledge to focus on the priority areas of agriculture , education ,women and Youths empowerment ,health , human capital development in line with my commitment to deliver on the dividends of democracy to the good people of my constituency .

The Senator who called on all her constituents and the  people of the state to support the Simon Lalong led administration stressed that she has enjoyed tremendous support from them and this has inspired her to do more for them .

Prof Daduut  appreciated the  President Muhammadu Buhari led Federal government for his economic policies stressing that her primary  responsibility and desire is to add value to the livelihoods of the people and communities of  Plateau Southern Senatorial district .

The Senator who  recently facilitated N60 million COVID-19 intervention fund for 1,000 members of her constituency as well as constructed blocks of classrooms, healthcare facilities, motorized  hand borehole , modern toilet facilities and solar panel streets light in Shendam, Mikang and Quanpan LGAS  added that constituency projects are important because they would make the constituents experience the dividends of democracy.

Senator Daduut empowers 600 constituents with power tillers, motorcycles, tricycles others

She further called on them to stay peacefully with one another and build a prosperous Plateau South Senatorial district .

First lady of Plateau state Regina Lalong  who spoke earlier lauded Senator Prof Nora Ladi Daduut for the good works she is doing in the state .

Represented by Rebecca Sambo , commissioner of women affairs in the state ,Regina Lalong pledged to support the Senator in order for her to continue to provide dividends of democracy to the people of the Senatorial district .

Our correspondent also reports that  Senator Daduut had   earlier given  out 20  laptop computers to unemployed graduates she recently trained on ICT in her Senatorial  district .

Daduut charged the graduates  to maximize the use of the laptop computers handed over to them .

“The trend now is self-reliance, get something doing, be trained in a specific field so that you can also be an employer of labour.”

She  pleaded with them not to sell the laptops but endeavour to put them into good use .

It could be recalled that Senator Daduut had in December 2021  organised  a  five day training on digital skills acquisition for unemployed  youths of her  Senatorial District.

Daduut added that she was  motivated to train her  Constituents on ICT so as to expose them to the ICT world, as well as to lift them out of unemployment and poverty.

She promised to always put the interest of the people of her Senatorial district first while in the Senate .

One of the beneficiaries  Mr Yilkur Hitler Dadi, thanked the Senator  for the training and the laptops and assured Prof Nora  of  judicious use of the items given to them .

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