Katsina Deserves Better Alternative In 2019 – Accord Party Candidate
2019 elections: Katsina State gets another gubernatorial candidate
Katsina State is in dire need for a better alternative government in 2019, the state’s governorship candidate of the Accord Party, Alhaji Shehu Labo Suleiman Rimi has said.
Speaking to journalists at the party’s headquarters in Katsina Metropolis, Alhaji Labo Suleiman Rimi emphasized that Katsina State has been reduced to the most backward state in the country.
“The state has been reduced to a debtor, Unsecured and a library where poverty is Studied” Alhaji Suleiman Rimi disclosed.
He said with him as governor of Katsina State, he would work with all well meaning Indigenes of the state to change the current trend of poor programmes of the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration, as accomplished politician of the class of Late Malam Aminu Kano and late Umaru Musa Yar’adua.
According to him, Katsina State was comfortably placed as one of the leading states in the country four years ago, but under the present APC Government in the state, growing businesses became lame and stagnant.
He pointed out that all sectors particularly education and agricultural have been killed due to poor policies and lack of understanding the need of the poor.
Alhaji Shehu Rimi said when he becomes the governor of Katsina State, his administration’s programmes would be novel, innovative and geared towards the poor people.
He reiterated that the Accord Party administration if it secures the people’s mandate to serve the state in 2019, would focus on six items namely, Peoples Oriented Government, Enhanced Economic Programmes, Human Infrastructural Development, Quality and Rightful Education as well as Security and Woman Development.
Alhaji Shehu Labo Suleiman Rimi further emphasised the need for establishment of Ministry for Family Affairs that would provide a room for comprehensive women and children health concerns, stressing that “My Government under the Accord Party will transform Katsina State to the State our dream”.