Kano Governor promises sustained development

Jack Acheme, Kano

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Kano State Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has assured that his administration would continue to sustain developmental projects and policies at all levels of governance for the benefit of people in the state.

He made this known at a stakeholders meeting held at Coronation Hall, Government House, Kano to  brief leaders of the APC party in the state on the judgement recently passed by the Court of Appeal.

He said the project and policy strategies cut across the three levels of governance in the state.

“It begins from ward level, to local government up to state level,” said the Governor.

Reflecting on the modern status of Kano state, Ganduje said that former governor of the state Senator Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso and his humble self are the architects of modern Kano.

Describing how people were amazed at the level of development in the state, particularly those who were not in the state for a long time, he said, “Those responsible for the new face of the state, are Kwankwaso and Ganduje.”

“The two governors, myself and Kwankwaso) did our best in face lifting the state. And I will continue to maintain this as a governor of Kano state,” said Ganduge.

He commended President Muhammadu Buhari and the Convention National Caretaker Chairman of the party, governor of Yobe state, Mai Mala Buni, and members of his team, for their concern over resolving the internal misunderstanding of the party’s leadership in the state.

He invited those who lost in the Court of Appeal ruling, to come back and join hands together to make the party stronger.

He charged APC party leadership at all levels to take the issue of periodic meetings seriously.

“We set in motion, the process of strengthening internal democracy. As well as party financing. We will do everything possible to also ensure the sustainability of this strength.”

“We should all understand that, strong party leadership is a prerequisite that helps government to perform very well. As Court of Appeal made its ruling, which favours us, anyway, we should therefore tight our belts for the success of our party as we are facing contests with other opposition parties,” he pleaded.