Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa state has promised more new developmental projects across the state, especially in Doma local government area if given a second chance in the 2023, general elections.
He stated this in continuation of his state wide campaign rally on Tuesday December 5, 2022.
He said that his administration remained committed, focused and determined towards embarking on pragmatic projects that would improve the living standard of Doma LGA and the state entirely.
Appreciating the demonstration of love and support extended to him, governor Sule expressed gratitude to the people of area for the rousing welcome and assured them of more government presence in the area.
Sule said he has no doubt that based on their performances and the support the party has been receiving from the people across the state, APC would win the 2023 election in the state.
He therefore, called on the people of the state to massively vote for all APC candidates in the 2023 general elections.
Sule however, maintained that “I will work harder for Umaru Al-Makura to win his senator than the way I would work for myself to become the governor of the state.
“I have no issue with Umaru Al-Makura and those who have no any source of livelihood than to feed on government said this and that’s shame on you,” he said.
Speaking, state APC chairman John Mamman, told the party supporters that, giving governor Sule second chance would further promote the peaceful coexistence being experienced in the state.