Niger governor assures of continuous people-oriented projects
Niger State Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani-Bello has assured Nigerlites that he would use the next four years to work towards leaving a system that would put the welfare of the people at the center of governance in order to allow them continually feel the impact of the government.
He stated this in Minna, the state capital, when he received All Progressives Congress (APC) stakeholders from Niger South Senatorial District (Zone A) on a congratulatory visit on his victory at the gubernatorial polls.
The Governor said that he would ensure he leaves a workable system to enable citizens have a sense of belonging, adding that "such system can only be possible if we ensure continuity in governance. "
According to the governor, "I want to leave a system that is workable and the system that will continue to take care of Nigerlites especially those that have nobody and cannot fend for themselves.
"That is why it is very important that we build in the next four years a kind of system that will take care of people's welfare as we move forward”.
He urged APC stakeholders from the district to ensure unity, fairness and justice so as to keep the hope of the party alive.
"Our party is built on fairness, equity, and justice and that is what will bring love to our party . We must stand united and we must also show fairness, equity and justice especially when it comes to appointments .
"What is important is for us to work together so that we are able to fix the state. So we must put Niger State first."
He added that, “We must continue with people oriented projects so that when we go for another election, our party will deliver at all levels. We must make sure that we engage in activities that will integrate and not disintegrate the party".
He then assured the stakeholders that the state government would ensure it continues with the “Quick Win Projects” that have direct impact on the lives of the people.
While commending the stakeholders for their support towards his victory at the polls, Governor Sani-Bello applauded them for the organization and calmness displayed before, during, and after the general elections.
Alhaji Abubakar Magaji, who led the APC stakeholders from Niger South Senatorial District, assured the governor of their unalloyed support to his administration and promised that its members would continue to contribute to the progress and advancement of the state.
Congratulating the governor on what he described as "a victory well deserved", Magaji stated that the victory of the party in the just concluded polls was as a result of the collective efforts and resolve of all stakeholders to sustain the achievements of the current administration.
"Despite all the challenges faced during the pre-election activities in the zone, the efforts of some critical stakeholders is highly commendable for doing a task that virtually all of us thought will be very difficult, if not impossible”.
Magaji further assured that party members from the Zone would support the governor in bringing onboard capable hands to drive the affairs of Niger State for the progress and welfare of Nigerlites.
He also pleaded with the governor to ensure that the state benefits from appointments at the national level, using it's leverage as the first in terms of performance in North-Central as well as sixth at the national level.
Jibrin Baba Ndace
Chief Press Secretary