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APC Fulfils Campaign Promises in Jigawa – Party Chairman

by Isiyaku Ahmed
Hon Aminu Sani Gumel - APC

Muhammad Garba

The All-Progressive Congress (APC) Chairman Jigawa state chapter, Hon Aminu Sani Gumel has declared that, his party has fulfilled all the promises made to THE people in the state during the 2015 and 2019 campaign and therefore no vacancy for failed party like PDP in 2023.

The APC chairman made the declaration while speaking to newsmen during a ‘Media Engagement Forum’ organized by the state Correspondents Chapel.

He explained that, APC government has succeeded in executing minimum of one project in each and every community across the 27 local government area of the state.

The Chairman noted that, in the area of empowerment, the state government has empowered over 250,000 youth, women and other people through their own jobs of choice for poverty eradication and wealth creation.

“However, 160,000 less privileges are currently receiving N5,000 monthly under the federal government ‘Cash Transfer’ while over 8,000 women engaged as cooks for feeding about 950,000 pupils in the state.”

He added that, in the area of infrastructure his part APC led government has built over 1,670km roads to facilitate movement of goods and services for economic growth and social development.

For Education in the last six years, we built and renovate over 5,000 classrooms, established over 250 new, primary, junior and senior secondary school to ensure access to education for all children in the state.

For Health sector, since his assumption to office Governor Badaru has been allocating funds to Health sector above Abuja Declaration average, this enables the government to established over 200 functional hospitals across our political wards, upgrade about 10/hospital to general hospital, constructed three specialist hospital and one hospital.

“To ensure adequate manpower the government had sponsored 200 students including one hundred females to study medicine in china and Sudan to ensure accessible and affordable basic healthcare services to our people.

“In the area of water supply, according to UNICEF report Jigawa state has achieved over 90% provision of drinking water and we are second to Lagos state in Nigeria.”

The Chairman maintained that, APC government has transformed Jigawa state and made it a reference point in terms of good governance, agricultural transformation, human development, peace and progress in Nigeria.

“Therefore, it is a mirage and self-deceit for any party like PDP to thinks of winning single elective seat in Jigawa state during the forthcoming 2023 general election,” the Chairman declared.

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