2023: Aduda wins PDP ticket for FCT senate | Dailytrust

2023: Aduda wins PDP ticket for FCT senate

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The incumbent senator representing the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Senator Philip Aduda, on Monday emerged the winner of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) senate primaries.

The party’s electoral committee chairman, Aminu Suleiman Gwada, who declared the result at Nico Luxury, Abuja, the venue of the primaries, said Aduda polled 190 votes to emerge the winner after two other aspirants stepped down.

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He described the process as peaceful and transparent, adding that the process of the primaries met the laid down procedures and was devoid of any rancour.

The FCT Residents Electoral Commissioner, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, who led six other INEC officers of the six area councils to monitor the primaries, affirmed that the primaries were held in accordance with the commission’s laid down procedures.

In his speech, Senator Philip Aduda appreciated members of the party’s electoral committee for ensuring peaceful primaries. He assured the people of the FCT that he would continue to ensure that their rights were always protected through the national assembly if given the mandate for the fourth term.

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