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Eight political party guber candidates visit Sen Uba Sani, promise to work for the dev of Kaduna

Senator Uba Sani

KADUNA- The Kaduna State Governor-elect, Senator Uba Sani, has said he will carry out the people’s democratic directives with focus and dedication.

The Governor-elect made this known on Sunday in Kaduna when he received a delegation of eight political party gubernatorial candidates who contested against him for the just-concluded governorship poll to congratulate him over his victory.

He reiterates that he will govern for all, no matter how they voted without discrimination for continued progress, peace and prosperity of the state.

“Kaduna state needs all of us and as leaders, we need unity to be able to move forward,” he noted.

He said the people of Kaduna State have given him their mandate to lead in serving them for the next four years, believing that that he will unite everyone.

He also thanked all the gubernatorial candidate for expressing their readiness to work with him, and urged them to reach out to everyone, irrespective of differences, to move the state forward and strengthen the path to development.

He noted that the eight political party manifestos are similar with his and they will work closely for the development of the state.

“I am not going to take your support for granted because I believe that all of you have all it takes to move Kaduna state forward,” he said.

 The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the eight political party Gubernatorial candidate who visited the governor-elect were from AA, PRP, NRM, SDP, APP, ADC, RM AND ACCORD.

The candidates all pledged to support and go into partnerships with Sani.

According to them, leadership comes from God and expressed their readiness to work with the governor-elect for the development of the state.

They all noted that after elections, there is the need to find a way of uniting the people of the state to ensure continuous development.

Meanwhile, the governor-elect also received a delegation of members of progressive pastors forum on a similar visit.

He also appreciated them for the visit and assured that he would work with everyone.

According to him, “as leaders we have the responsibility to carry everyone along and be treated equally.”

He noted that elections are now over and this is the time to work towards developing Kaduna.

In his remarks, national coordinator of the progressive pastors Forum, Rev Emmanuel Adebayo, said the aim of their visit is to felicitate with the governor-elect on his victory.

He said they are satisfied with the election after following it closely and are willing to give their total support to his administration.

Adebayo called on the governor-elect to start building bridges across all segments of the society. (NAN)

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