Governor-elect, Aminu Masari said his administration had fulfilled 70 per cent of its campaign promises during the 2015 electioneering process in the last three and half years despite meager resources accrued to the state.
Masari made the statement shortly after receiving his certificate of return for the 2019 governorship election alongside his Deputy, Mannir Yakubu and 34 state House of Assembly members-elect under the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
The Governor also urged those who contested the election with him but lost to join hands with him in order to move the state forward.
Masari further reavealed that he had no plan to sabotage the people of the state, vowing to accommodate all indigenes irrespective of tribal, religious or political affiliations for the betterment of the state.
Presenting the certificate of return to the elected leaders, the National Electoral Commissioner in charge of Jigawa, Kano and Katsina, Eng. Abubakar Ahamed Nahuche called on them to imbibe the culture of sportsmanship and shun politics of bitterness.