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FCT We’ll support minister to succeed- Aduda

Senator Aduda praises the efforts of the FCT minister so far and pledges the support of he and his constituents to contribute to the minister's success

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Sen Philip Tenimu Aduda submitting the report of 2015 FCT Chritian Pilgrimage operations to the Holy Land to the FCT Minister.JPG

(pulse)

Senator, representing the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in the National Assembly, Philip Tanimu Aduda has said that his constituents will support its Minister, Mohammed Bello to deliver dividend of democracy to the people.

Aduda stated this while submitting the report of FCT Ministerial Delegation for 2015 Christian Pilgrimage to the Holy lands of Israel, Rome and Greece to the Minister. 

He said: “You have started well and you are doing well and we will support you and ensure that your policies scale through for the development of the FCT.”  

Aduda who called for timely disbursement of funds to the FCT Christian Pilgrims Welfare Board, described the 2015 exercise to the holy land as successful.

He said out of the 1,200 seats allocated to the FCT, only 358 residents participated in the pilgrimage without record of absconment.

Receiving the report, the FCT Minister, Mohammed Bello said he was very happy with the performance of the 2015 Christian pilgrimage to the Holy lands.

I’ve had the honour of meeting the Board itself and read in the media concerning the operation of the last year’s Pilgrimage. Because of my very close relationship with the leadership of Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) over the years, I’ve got an idea and kept track of what is been done at the FCT level.

I think you have done very well and your effort is commendable. I assure you that all the issues that were raised in respect of the challenges of the last year’s pilgrimage would be addressed from this office,” the Minister said.

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