Kyla Abu Musa of Jordan has won a seat on the Crawley County Council from the British Labor Party.
In last Thursday’s municipal election, Abu Musa came in second with 752 votes, five more than the first.
Abu Musa helps children in Crawley learn and cope with mental and behavioral problems, runs a community activist, runs a local scout group and volunteers on cancer research in Crawley.
Abu Musa expressed his delight at winning the post of Municipal Council member for Crowley, and in a statement to the Jordanian News Agency (Petra) in London, praised the success stories of Jordanian women, saying, “I am proud to be a Jordanian.” Fields with their weapons of science and knowledge.
He pointed out that he received his university education in Jordan, came to Britain 12 years ago to work in the field of education and translation, and completed his postgraduate studies in London, after which he settled in Crawley.
During his presence and integration with the local community in Crowley, he joined the Labor Party because of its belief in its policies and proposals, emphasizing its determination, diligent social work, and the assistance it provided. To members of the local community, the party nominated him to run in this election, which he won by a margin of 49 percent in Crowley.
He thanked the Jordanian Ambassador to London Manar Munther Al-Dabbas, who took the initiative to contact him and congratulate him, dedicating his victory to his country Jordan and his family.
He called on Jordanians living in the United Kingdom to integrate with local communities, join parties and participate in British political life.
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