As part of his empowerment initiative in Kanam LGA, eminent senator Diket Plang of the Plateau Central Senatorial Zone and chairman of the Senate Committee on Labor and Employment has today announced the distribution of cash tokens.
The palace of Kanam LGA’s Emir, His Royal Highness Alh Muhammadu Mu’azu Muhammadu lll, was Senator Diket Plang’s first stop. Sen. Diket Plang informed the emir when they were both present at the palace that the elimination of fuel subsidies by the Nigerian federal government had compelled him to make the choice to empower women, youths, and the elderly. It would promptly deal with the cankerworm that has hampered Nigeria’s growth and prosperity.
Sen Plang used the opportunity at the palace just before starting the day’s work to express his condolences to the Royal Father and the entire community for the loss of their illustrious sons and daughters and to ask God the Almighty to pardon their sins and accept their souls in paradise. The senator continued, “May God give you the strength to bear the loss.”
In response, the senator is acknowledged by his royal Highness, Alh Muhammadu Mu’azu Muhammadu lll, for his timely action in developing an empowering program at this time. The king declared that such a strategy would significantly lessen the suffering of the intended recipients. The senator was advised by the royal father to focus on significant youth empowerment in the field of providing them with employment prospects, particularly for graduates of teaming schools. The young people will become independent as a result of the action, which the royal father claimed will also help their communities and the country as a whole to grow.
The senator told the royal father that his wise advice would be put into action as soon as the government carried out the employment restriction.
The senator and his entourage wasted no time in arriving at the GMSS in Dengi, the site of the empowerment ceremony, where thousands of attendees had gathered to watch the historic empowerment program with the cash payment.
Over 300 people benefited from the programs, which were aimed at the elderly, young people, and women, in the LGA’s 20 electoral wards.
Targeting the aforementioned class, the recipients were chosen from among the voting stations in each of the 20 electoral wards.
Party officials, ward and LGA party representatives, youth and women leaders, traditional institution representatives, and community development representatives are also present at the occasion.
The sen expressed gratitude to the recipients of the monetary empowerment while thanking them for choosing him to represent them in the red chamber and assuring them that the mandate would not be taken for granted with their prayers and support. “We will work together to try and make our people happy.” Our young people would be offered jobs. To help the elderly and women feel like they belong, we will empower them. Senator assurances.
Alh Hussani Adafa, the chairman of the Kanam LGA APC, expressed gratitude to the senator for bringing smiles to the faces of many people and advised him to keep up the momentum.
The senator himself presented the cash tokens to the appropriate beneficiaries as a consolation for their current financial hardships, capping off the celebration. The esteemed senator received prayers and well wishes for his people-centered representation.