Kaduna APC gov candidate, Sani promises all-inclusive government
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The governorship candidate o the All Progressives Congress in Kaduna State, Senator Uba Sani has pledged to run an all-inclusive government if voted as the next governor of the state in the 2023 governorship election.
Sani, who’s also the incumbent Senator representing the Kaduna Central Senatorial District, stated this while speaking at the ‘Pastors Congress’ organized by the Southern Kaduna Christian Leaders Association, in Kaduna on Thursday.
“When voted into power, we will run an all-inclusive government that will be just, equitable and fair to all irrespective of religious and ethnic beliefs or political inclinations. We will run a participatory and responsive government that ensures no one is left behind.
“As a detribalised and equitable leader, l am pleased to notify this important gathering that three out of the five appointees working directly with me presently at the National Assembly are Christians and the person occupying the most sensitive position is a native of Southern Kaduna and a daughter of Mrs Charity Shekari,” he said.
Giving the account of his stewardship in the 9th National Assembly as a lawmaker, Sani said he had the highest number of bills in the Senate by sponsoring 31 bills with seven bills already passed and two assented by the President.
He added, “It is on record that l sponsored the State Police bill on the floor of the National Assembly with the ultimate purpose of bringing to an end the challenge of insecurity facing us as a nation.
“l lobbied for the construction of the Faculty of Engineering at the new site of Kaduna State University worth over N4billion through the Central Bank of Nigeria. This is in addition to the provision of a state-of-the-art Information and Communication Technology through the National Communication Commission at the College of Education, Gidan Waya, though as a Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District
“l supported an intervention of N200 billion to small and peasant farmers to improve agriculture and food security, alleviate poverty among our people and improve the economy of the nation. I also sponsored the equipping of 7 primary health centres across the 7 Local Government Areas I represent.”
The leader and chairman of the event, Apostle Emmanuel Kure said the event was organised primarily to engage with all the gubernatorial candidates seeking to lead Kaduna State with justice, equity and fairness.