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Senator secures employment for 55 graduates in Zamfara


TSAFE (ZAMFARA) – Alhaji Kabiru Marafa, the Senator Representing Zamfara Central, said he had secured employment for 55 graduates from the state at the various Federal Government’s organisations.
Marafa disclosed this on Saturday in Tsafe when the All Progressives Congress (APC) campaign [pro_ad_display_adzone id=”8″]organisation in Zamfara visited Tsafe Local Government Area to campaign.
He said all the 55 benefiting graduates were drawn from Tsafe Local Government Area of the state under his constituency, which made up of Gusau, Tsafe Maru and Bungudu Local Government Areas.
The Lawmaker said he had paid more attention to youth and women empowerment and development.
”That is why I am always prepared to support our youth especially those who are not employed in order to ensure their future development.
”As legislators our duty is not only to make laws but to ensure effective representation, human [pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]development and empowerment of the people of our constituencies,” he said.
He said it was in line with this that the National Assembly always passed laws that would have direct [pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]impact on the general public.
According to him, representation in lawmaking process required somebody that is competent, [pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]committed, educated and hard-working.
He, therefore, called on the people of the area not allow selfish politicians to deceive them and vote wisely during elections.
Also speaking, the Director-General of the state APC campaign organisation for the 2015 elections, Alhaji Ikira Bilbis, urged the party members in the area to ensure that they obtain their voters card to enable them vote during elections.
”It is only when you have your voter card that you can vote for the candidates of your choice,” he said.
Bilbis, who was a former Minister of state for Information, called on the party supporters in the state to cooperate with INEC officials and security agents during the elections to ensure peaceful conduct of the exercise. (NAN)

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