Tambuwal promises to complete on-going projects in Sokoto
Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has promised to complete all ongoing projects in the state before embarking on new ones.
Tambuwal, who stated this during his campaign rallies at Kebbe and Shagari local government areas, said his administration had embarked on projects and laid the foundation for infrastructure and human development of the state.
He said: “We will concentrate more on the completion of projects we started on education and health sectors in order to facilitate public benefits, before embarking on new ones.”
Also, he assured the people that his government would focus more on improvement of education, security, agriculture and health sectors, if reelected.He said his administration had improved water supply and electricity, as well as provided support for orphans and other vulnerable groups in the state, assuring that he would do more if reelected.
Also addressing the rallies, a former Governor of the state, Attahiru Dalhatu Bafarawa, thanked the people for their support to the PDP and assured them that the party’s victory would be of great benefit to the entire citizenry.
On his part, representative of Tambuwal/Kebbe Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Abdussamad Dasuki, expressed hope that PDP would emerge victorious during the forthcoming election in the state.
“With the current support for our party in Sokoto State, we are confident that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will record unprecedented victory in the history of democracy in the state,” he said.
Dasuki thanked the people of the constituency for their continued support for him and PDP-led state government, while promising to do more if reelected.Speaking, former Deputy Governor of the state, Muktari Shagari, urged the people to vote for all PDP candidates in the country.
“We have experienced and tested candidates, who will never take the country backward as recorded in the past three and half years under the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led government,” he added.