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Published On: Fri, Feb 1st, 2019

Zamfara PDP guber candidate pledges completion of abandoned projects

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From Ibrahim Sidi Muh’d, Gusau

The governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Zamfara state, Bello Muhammad Matawalle, has promised to complete the abandoned state Investment House which was started by former Governor Mahmuda Aliyu Shinkafi since 2008.
Matawalle also assured that all the abandoned projects that have economic impacts would be completed and put into effective and functional use with a view to shift from depending on the federal statutory allocations.
The assurance was made during his campaigns in Gumi and Bukkuyum Local Government Areas of the state, reaffirming that his commitment would be to open avenues for economic prosperity of the state and youths empowerment to make the youths more productive to the society.
“I must say that I know numerous ways of ending killings, kidnappings and cattle rustling, other forms of crimes that bedeviled our state”, he assured.
He appealed to the electorates to cast their votes for all PDP candidates during the 2019 general elections.
According to him, his blueprint was to attract capital and infrastructural development to the state, especially in the areas of agriculture and solid minerals if voted as Governor.
“I am very much aware that Zamfara state has high deposit of solid mineral resources and very much endowed with agricultural potentials”, he said.
While acknowledging the support shown to him by the youths and women in the state during the flagging off of his campaign, the governorship candidate assured that his administration would empower the youths and women in the state.
Matawalle described Zamfara state people as peaceful, saying that since the uncontrolled killing of innocent people started in the state, the people have not revolted against either the state government or federal government.

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