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Lack of continuity in Governance attributes to Katsina’s backwardness

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The lack of continuity in governance to execute policies and agenda of government has been attributed to the state’s backwardness and the present state of the nation.

Salisu Majigiri, the PDP-Peoples Democratic Party Chairman in Katsina stated this while declaring his ambition to run for the governorship seat in the 2023 election.

He explained that the country is suffering as a result of abandoning agenda of the past President of Nigeria, Umaru Musa Yar’adua.

In a ceremoney which took place at Mashi LGA, Majigiri notes his plan is to bring back the lost destiny of Katsina State, by revisiting the plans laid by both the ex-governor Ibrahim Shema and late President Umaru Musa Yar’adua.

According to the Salisu started within the first 100 days (3 months) in office, if elected, the state will witness numerous changes from tackling insecurity head-on, abduction, from the streets back to farms, education and women youth development.

He portrayed the 7 years of All Progressives Congress, (APC) as a waste, without tangible outcome on the lives of the citizens.

The governorship candidate stated the nomination forms were purchased for him by some PDP supporters under the leadership of Hamisu Gambo in company of some state working-committee of the peoples Democratic Party, friends and party (PDP) loyalists from his hometown.