Kaduna State Government has spent over N4.5 billion on various projects in Kagarko Local Government, Deputy Speaker of the state Assembly, Nuhu Shadalafiya, said on Thursday.
Shadalaifya told APC supporters at a meeting in Kagarko that the projects include, a science secondary school in Jere, Kubacha-Sadalafiya-Nkojo road, and the township roads in Jere and Kagarko among others.
He urged people of the area to support to the state government to facilitate the distribution of more dividends of democracy.
The deputy speaker advised APC supporters in the area to elect credible candidates with good track records to represent them during the party’s primaries.
He also called for unity among all APC supporters in the local government, to ensure victory in the 2019 general elections.
Shadalafiya told the meeting that he intends to recontest for the state assembly seat and solicited for their support.
” I decided to answer the call of my people, co-politicians and other party stakeholders who want me to recontest so that I can continue with the good work I started.
“I am a silent achiever, I don’t blow my trumpet but I am sure you all have seen and touched the developmental projects I have brought to my constituency be it roads, school, empowerment, as well as helping our children gain admission into various schools and institutions.”
The APC chairman in the area, Ibrahim Sambo expressed support to the deputy speaker, saying voting for APC will be a vote for continuity.
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