PDP Reps’ candidate, Adamawa congratulates Alhj. R.O Muslim Musio over appointment

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Candidate for Saki-West, Saki-East, and Atisbo Federal Constituency, Dr Salami Lukman Adisa popularly known as Adamawa has congratulated Alhaji R. O Muslim on his appointment as Special Assistant/Liaison Officer for Federal Constituency (Saki West, Saki East and Atisbo Local Government Areas).

Adamawa, in statement made available to MOUTHPIECE NGR on Saturday, described the appointee as a right peg in a right hole with required know-how for the role and the technicality of the position which is only designed for core unifier to the government.

He said Alhaji Musio is a leader with impeccable reputation who would unite all members, adding that the position will undoubtedly strengthen unity among PDP members in the Federal Constituency.

The statement read: “Congratulations to our new representative as Special Assistant/Liaison Officer for Federal Constituency. This is such a perfect opportunity to have Alhaji R. O Muslim contributing his quota to the development of Saki West, Saki East and Atisbo Local Government Areas.

“The position of Liaison officer is a technical appointment that always given to core unifier of the government and highly responsible person who can navigate through political cum economic matters therein.

The Reps hopeful further added that the appointee who happened to be a community leader, has held political offices in Oyo State, noting that his wealth of knowledge, electioneering acumen will add up to helping the PDP to win in the general elections come 2023.

“Alh R.O Muslim is an indeed community leader who has held many political offices Oyo State. Throwing his knowledge, expecially during election will add weight to PDP winning in the coming election.”- He said.

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