Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Why I Want To Be Kaduna's Next Governor – El Rufai

Former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Nasir El-Rufai, has stated the reasons why he joined Kaduna Governorship race. In a statement issued  by him yesterday, the former minister said one of the major reasons why he joined the race was because of the level of decay in the state and the state is now seriously lagging behind other states, including those recently created.

“Our state, Kaduna, is now fragmented across ethnic and religious lines.

“Without federal allocations, the state cannot survive. Our renowned educational institutions are decaying, while unemployment and youth restiveness are visible. Trust in government is low and the essentials needed to stimulate socio-economic development are most lacking.


He also pointed that the situation should not be allowed to deteriorate further. “Otherwise the cohesive fabric of our community may be completely destroyed,” he said.


“Bearing in mind the need to rescue our beloved state; coupled with deep reflection and wide consultation with stakeholders who cherish the importance of providing good leadership, I have resolved to contest for the office of the Governor of Kaduna State on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2015 elections,” he said.

11 comments:

  1. Dont mind that bigot call elrufai if he become Governo as he say which i know he we not become christian we suffer in the hand of this traitor so he is a looser simple

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  2. I am not from Kaduna state but I pledge 50k to El Rufai campaign fund.

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  3. Anyone who want to vie for a political office will first pretend to be a critics of opposition to gain the people's support.This man will be worse than devil.

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  4. I support him

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  5. Agent of CHANGE God Almighty shall see you through. Best of Lucky

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  6. Are you sure you are not going to repeat all those nonsense you've stated.Its left to the people of Kaduna to go for what they want

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  7. The money wey you chop never do you

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