Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano state has said that he still remains in partisan politics, a struggle he started 43 years ago and that he had not taken the decision to retire.
He added that he had possessed the political stamina and the energy to forge ahead.
Speaking at a parley with working journalists as part of activities marking the Democracy Day held at Kano Government House, Monday, Ganduje stated that with what he had set in the offing for himself, he is still willing to achieve some stunning accomplishments in the times ahead.
He posited that sky is the limit for anyone who consider politics as his career.
He pointed out that there is nothing bad in anyone seeking an exalted political office in as much as one is willing to deliver on whatever he chooses to accomplish affirming that what is expected of a leader is the capacity and ability to serve humanity with diligence.
Commenting on the high profile projects he embarked upon since his assumption of office as the executive governor of Kano state six years ago, Governor Ganduje, said he had decided to take the bull by the horns in ensuring that he had completed the projects he inherited from his predecessors adding that the issue of lending credence to the issue of continuity in governance is paramount.
He said: “I want you people to understand that I am not saying we are going to complete all the projects we have embarked upon in the remaining time of our stewardship. But we remain firmly committed to sustaining our resolve in pursuing our goals to a logical conclusion. We are determined to forge ahead, no matter the odds.”