Omadefu, member representing Keana Constituency at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, said the goal is to improve the standard of living of his constituents and to make them self reliant.
He said he would continue to provide more projects and lobby for more projects to the area in order to impact on the lives of his people positively.
The legislator appreciated the women for the visit while re-assuring them of quality representation at all times.
“I want to appreciate you for the visit and for always supporting me to succeed.
“I want to assure you and other people of my constituency of my determination to key into more empowerment programmes, if re-elected come 2023.
“This is to make the people of my constituency to be self reliant, make them contribute their quota to the development of the constituency and the state and to change their lives positively.
“I have done my best and still doing in providing quality representation, projects, employment, empowerment and other programmes that have direct bearing on the lives of my people.
“I will do more, if re-elected come 2023,” he said.
Omadefu solicited for support from all and sundry to enable him succeed in 2023 and beyond.
He also called on the people of the state to support Gov. Abdullahi Sule and other All Progressives Congress (APC) candidates to succeed beyond 2023.
Besides, the lawmaker enjoined his constituents to be law abiding, live in peace and tolerate one another, irrespective of their affiliations, for development to thrive.
Esrlier, Mrs Jamila Abdulkarim, the Leader of the delegation, said the visit was to identify and appreciate Omadefu over his purposeful leadership at the House.
“We are here to identify with you and to assure you of our support to your re-election bid because you are doing well in the House.
“We will continue to pray for you and drum support for you to succeed beyond 2023,” she said.
She also called on the people of the constituency to support Omadefu beyond 2023.