The All Progressive Congress (APC) in Jigawa state has flagged off its 2023 gubernatorial campaign in Hadejia town with a promise to improve harsh economic condition and ensure good standard of living.
Governor Mohammed Badaru Abuabkar, who is at the last lapse of his tenure as governor of the state said his administration has been executing meaningful developmental projects presently dotting across the state.
During the occasion that took place Sunday in Hadejia, Badaru stated that the occasion was meant to present to the people, the governorship candidate, senatorial candidate and other candidates from the zone.
He said in a simple mathematics, there is an indication that APC can still retain power in the state and the nation in general.
Also addressing the crowd at the venue of the rally, the state APC’s governorship flag bearer, Alhaji Umar Namadi Danmodi, said he is ready to pilot the affairs of the state in 2023.
He said the present administration under Governor Badaru has done a lot of projects that have direct bearings on the lives of the ordinary citizens of the state.
He stated further that the APC’s government has built so many health facilities and roads as well as other infrastructures across the length and width of the state from 2015 to date.
The occasion has been attended by APC’s dignitaries from within and outside the state, including former Senator Ubale Shitu who was in Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), representing Jigawa North East Senatorial zone.