From Mika’il Tsoho, Dutse
The Jigawa state gubernatorial candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Aminu Ibrahim Ringim, has described the present All Progressive Congress (APC) administration as a dead government that did not bring any development to the state.
Ringim stated this yesterday while speaking to newsmen shortly after the gubernatorial debate held at Ahmadu Bello Hall, new secretariat in Dutse, the state capital.
He explained that a meaningful government that spent four year in power must have something to present as its good legacy, but in four years of APC administration, there is nothing to show as their project.
The APC gubernatorial candidate, who insisted that Governor Badaru’s administration lacks focus, said Jigawa people are tired of the pattern of APC leadership.
He accused the state government of low performance, particularly in some key areas like agriculture, education, security and health sectors.
According to him, if Jigawa people vote him as a Governor in the state, he would do all his best to follow former Governor’s footprint, Sule lamido and make Jigawa a strong state.
He then urged Jigawa people to come out en mass and vote for all PDP candidates for a better economic development of the state.