Expect More Dividend Of Democracy From Engineer Sule, Baraden Keffi Assures Nasarawa West
Nasarawa West Coordinator for the Engineer Abdullahi A. Sule Campaign Organization during the 2019 election, Prince Attajiri Abdul, has assured people of the zone to expect more dividends of democracy from the present administration.
Prince Abdul, who doubles as the Baraden Keffi, gave the assurance in an exclusive chat with this newspaper, in his Keffi country home, on Sunday.
The Nasarawa West Coordinator, speaking on the heels of the one year anniversary of the Governor Abdullahi Sule administration, showered encomiums on the leadership and direction of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) government, led by a tested industrialist and efficient manager of both human and capital resources.
He said the Nasarawa West zone, as well as other parts of the state, will continue to witness tremendous transformation with Engineer Sule, known for his focus and tenacity of purpose, at the helm of affairs.
Reviewing the achievements of the zone since the inception of the administration a year ago, Prince Abdul, expressed satisfaction that their trust in the capacity and leadership qualities of Governor Sule, was not misplaced.
“We trusted him because he has shown to us what he can do, even while he was working in the private sector. You can see that he has not disappointed us.
“With what we are witnessing across the state, particularly here in Nasarawa West, we are ready to support and deliver Engineer Sule again come 2023,” the Baraden Keffi stated.
He commended the governor for embarking on key projects in the zone that when completed, will transform the socio-economic lives of the people of the area.
Prince Abdul listed such projects as the Karu Mega Bus Terminal, siting of the multi-million naira Azman Rice Farm in Toto, as well as the construction of the 28km Mararaba-Udege rural feeder road, as not only visionary but a deliberate effort to transform the economic lives of the people of the area through employment generation and capacity building.
Also, the Baraden Keffi described the construction of the Keffi square and neighbourhood market, township roads, schools and the recent rehabilitation of the moribund Keffi water works, which left the ancient town without water supply for nearly 14 years, as endearing to the people.
He specifically commended the strides of the Engineer Sule administration in the area of security, which saw to the establishments of a military super camp and stationing of a mobile police force squadron in Toto Local Government Area, to curtail the rising spade of banditry and kidnapping in the area.
The Baraden Keffi however cautioned the governor against the antics of fifth columnists within the administration who may jeopardize the intention of the administration for personal interest.
“It is obvious that based on the flurry of activities within this short period, Engineer Sule came into power well prepared and with a vision to transform our state.
“We will therefore not relent in our support in order for the governor to continue to deliver on his campaign promises,” Prince Abdul stated.