Mrs Katung, wife of the elected Nigerian Senator, Barr. Sunday Marshall Katung got re-elected in the just concluded May 4th local elections in England, United Kingdom.
The Returning Officer of the elections, Tom Riordan, in a statement issued on Saturday announced that Mrs Katung polled 1,908 votes to emerge the winner of the election.
She ran and won the election on the platform of Labour and Co-operative Party. She defeated her close rival of the Green Party, Mr. Lalvani Nick who got 437 votes, and three other contestants.
The reelected Councillor is the current chair of the Scrutiny Board for Adults, Health & Active Lifestyle, Chair of Hate Crime Strategic Board, Chair of Strategic Board for Further Education 14-19yrs and Lead Member for Faith & Religion
Mrs Marshall Katung pledged to continue to advocate and ensure everyone has access to affordable, healthy and nutritious food as well as tackle climate change.
In her five points agenda, the re-elected Councillor has also pledged to campaign for safer communities, tackling hate crime and anti-social behaviour, to advocate for a reduction in health inequalities and promote an active lifestyle.
Councillor Marshall, who has pledged to campaign against government cuts and cost of living crises, is born to Nigerian parents from the Southern part of Kaduna State.