INTRODUCTION OF REV. DAVID B. KAYODE
AS A CANDIDATE FOR NY CITY COUNCIL
We write to inform you that Rev. David B. Kayode is contesting for the Queen's 28th District seat in the City Council of New York on the platform of Democratic Party. The Council as you are aware is the legislative body for the city with powers to make laws for the good and effective governance of the city. The primary election is set for September 11th 2013 and general election is set for Tuesday, November 4, 2013. Both elections are important.
David Kayode is contesting for the seat in his firm belief that he can serve the people of New York City as a Councilman better than his current position as a Counselor in the NYC Department of Social Services, in that he will be provided more opportunity to access to reach out to an even broader spectrum of individuals. He has been an activist all of his adult life serving people of New York City in all aspects of life including and not limited to the welfare of people. He also had a great and humbling opportunity to serve as a Legislative Aide to the Late Councilman White who held the same seat he is contesting for until his sudden death in 2010.
As a matter of fact, he has been urged by the people who were close to the Late Councilman White to contest for the seat because they believed that he has garnered enough experience to continue the good work of the Late Councilman White. If he is elected, he strongly believes that this will undoubtedly enhance the image of Africa and the Third World in general in New York City and in the United States. He is the voice that works for all people regardless of race, creed or gender.
Consequently upon this and in view of the foregoing, permit us to approach you our dear people while appealing to your undoubtful feelings of solidarity to ask you in a special manner for both your moral and financial support in this endeavor. We are more than convinced, that your understanding and high sense of solidarity would be receptive to this request.
Thanking you in advance and God Bless.
Family and Friends of Rev. David B. Kayode ("The Rev")