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Kogi senator, Natasha appoint 100 constituents as aides

Collage Maker 04 Nov 2022 01.33 PM

The senator representing Kogi Central Senatorial District, Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan, has appointed 100 constituents as aides to support her legislative responsibilities.

The senator made this announcement via her Facebook page on Thursday.

She stated that the aides were selected from 57 wards in Kogi Central to enhance the quality of representation. Each aide is set to receive N50,000 for community projects as a form of empowerment.

The appointments have been made without bias to political affiliations and have been allocated to individuals from diverse professional and artisan backgrounds, comprising young and old, men and women, amongst others, she said.

The senator emphasised that the selection process was transparent, adding that she intends to ensure fair representation for all constituents.

“As the Senator for Kogi Central District, I felt it was important to enlist the support of 100 energetic individuals from all 57 wards of Kogi Central to bolster our representation.

“These individuals, comprising people of all ages and from various professional and artisan backgrounds, not only cover the geographical expanse of our communities, but also bring diverse skill sets. They will receive a monthly salary for the duration of my tenure as their senator in the National Assembly, with the first salary to be disbursed on June 30, 2024.”

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Kogi senator, Natasha appoint 100 constituents as aides

Collage Maker 04 Nov 2022 01.33 PM

The senator representing Kogi Central Senatorial District, Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan, has appointed 100 constituents as aides to support her legislative responsibilities.

The senator made this announcement via her Facebook page on Thursday.

She stated that the aides were selected from 57 wards in Kogi Central to enhance the quality of representation. Each aide is set to receive N50,000 for community projects as a form of empowerment.

The appointments have been made without bias to political affiliations and have been allocated to individuals from diverse professional and artisan backgrounds, comprising young and old, men and women, amongst others, she said.

The senator emphasised that the selection process was transparent, adding that she intends to ensure fair representation for all constituents.

“As the Senator for Kogi Central District, I felt it was important to enlist the support of 100 energetic individuals from all 57 wards of Kogi Central to bolster our representation.

“These individuals, comprising people of all ages and from various professional and artisan backgrounds, not only cover the geographical expanse of our communities, but also bring diverse skill sets. They will receive a monthly salary for the duration of my tenure as their senator in the National Assembly, with the first salary to be disbursed on June 30, 2024.”