Professor Mrs Nora Ladi Daduut has reemphasized her commitment to serve the people of Plateau Southern Zone in the forth coming by-election to replace the Late Senator Ignatius Longjan in the upper chamber of the Nigerian National Assembly.
In a brief interview with our correspondent in Jos the Plateau State Capital, Prof Nora Daduut assured that the Plateau south women will surly have a voice in the coming by-election for the vacant senate sit.
She said vying for the senatorial sit was not self seeking or just an advocacy for gender inclusion but born out of her desire to serve her immediate community, assuring that she will work in creating Legislative Principles that will affect the lives of the people positively and execute several
programs and projects to impact the people of Plateau south and the state in general.
Professor Nora Ladi Dadut is a well-rounded educationalist, a
Professor of French in the University of Jos. She hails from Qua’pan Local
Government Area in the Southern Senatorial
District of the State. She has been Principal and Education Director for
years with her educational career starting in 1961 in R.C.M School
Kwalla when she willingly followed her older siblings to school.
She is a member of the Lady Knight of St. John’s
Int’l and the second Supreme Vice-President in the whole world. Married to Mr. John Dadut and blessed with four children,
Jonathan Dadut, a Civil Engineer in Canada, Jumai Apata, a Medical
Doctor in Morgan University, Maryland, Noah Nanet Dadut, A pilot and a
Check Pilot in Florida and Judith Dadut, a Lecturer with the University
While holding those civil service positions, Professor Ladi Daduut set up a
nongovernmental organization, “Society for Community Concerns” in 2004
to help communities utilize their local potentials for self-development.The
nongovernmental organization in Plateau State has executed several
programs including water and sanitation hygiene, adult education and among
others, agricultural training through community mobilization and
participation, a globally recommended model for sustainable development.
It is often said that the quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves. Prof Daduut can be best described as a woman with pure record considering that she is grounded in community development and
humanitarian services, her vast experience as a civil servant and
by working in the academia, meaning she is well rounded in service with no
record of mismanagement.