James Azania, Lokoja
The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP) in the November 16 governorship election in Kogi State, Musa Wada, has mentioned that he’ll govern the state with the fear of God if elected.
Wada who said this throughout a marketing campaign rally in Kabba, Kogi West, mentioned that equity, justice and fairness will probably be his guideline, and never non secular or tribal sentiments.
He mentioned that every half of the state will probably be handled equally and pretty in the distribution of appointments and facilities.
He appealed to the people of the state to not despair over the current sorry state of issues, saying that their pleasure and happiness will probably be restored beneath his administration.
He mentioned that cost of wage and pensions will turn into common beneath the PDP-led administration as from January, 2020.
He famous that the state is blessed with ample stable mineral assets, arable land for agriculture and high quality human energy, including that each one will probably be harnessed to create prosperity for the people.
To this finish, Wada mentioned that he’ll provoke discussions with overseas and native buyers, on how some of the mineral deposits might be explored to create jobs and wealth for the people of the state.
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He defined that the current widespread poverty and squalor in communities throughout the state is a humiliation to well-meaning indigenes and that he’ll reverse the scenario.
He said that he’ll embark on large infrastructural growth throughout the state and develop the education sector from main, secondary to tertiary ranges, to present the state a greater future.
In line with him, his administration may even look into the risk of upgrading the Faculty of Agriculture to a full-fledged college.
He frowned at the deplorable state of Kabba township roads, saying that he’ll restore them alongside others in main cities in Okunland, if elected.
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