“… as Gov. Sule holds town hall meetings ahead of polls…”
Stakeholders of Toto Local Government Area. of Nasarawa State have assured Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Gov. Abdullahi Sule and APC of massive votes during the February and March elections.
The stakeholders gave the assurance during a town hall meeting with Gov. Sule and his campaign council, state APC officials and other Government functionaries today Tuesday in Toto LGA.
They said that Gov. Sule has brought lasting peace and infrastructural facilities to Toto an its environs, hence the need of their stands to give him and APC massive votes come February and March elections respectively.
” His Execllency Eng. Abdullahi Sule has done extremely well in developing our area, Toto Local Government and other local government areas
” He has constructed roads, health and education facilities among other infrastructure across communities”
They assured the governor that the people of the area would give him and other candidates of APC massive votes come February and March elections
” We don’t have any other candidate apart from Gov. Sule to be our Governor again in 2023 by God’s grace”
They called on the people of the area and the state to vote Sen. Bola Tinubu, Presidential candidate of APC, Gov. Abdullahi Sule and other APC candidates in the elections
” This is to enable us and other people enjoy more dividends of democracy beyond 2023,”
Most of the stakeholders which includes Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi, Hon Abdullahi Aliyu Tasha, the Executive Chairman, Toto Local Government among other stakeholders appreciated the Governor for all that is doing for their people.
They assured the Governor of their resolve to returned him to the Governmet House for another four years in office.
They also assured of their readiness to mobilise support for Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, APC Presidential candidate and other APC candidates in the elections.
On their parts, Alh Abdulmalik Usman APC FCT Chairman, Mr Ahmed Shuaibu, the APC Chairman, Toto LGA, Hon Benjamin Musa Beladu, Former Overseer, Gadabuke Development Area, and Mr Musa Agidi, Chairman, APC Elders forum among other stakeholders lauded the Governor for his giant strides across the state.
They assured of their readiness to go to all nooks and crannies of the area to mobilise support for the Governor and other APC candidates to succeed in February and March elections.
They, however, appealed to the Governor for more appointments, employment, Infrastructure and youth and women empowerment among other needs.
In his response, Gov. Abdullahi Sule restated his continous commitment to providing infrastructure such as more roads, electricity, health, youth and women empowerment to the people of the area and the state at large.
” I will provide more infrastructure to communites across the state in order to change people lives positively,” he said.
Sule appreciated the Stakeholders and other people for turning out enmass for the meeting.
The Governor also promised to continue to adhere to rule of law and provide good goerannce,
He solicited for the support and votes of the people of the area and Nigerians to enable him and all other APC candidates emerge victorious during the elections.
He called for unity among the people of the state for peace, progress and development of the state.
Earlier, the State APC Chairman, Dr John Mamman said that the stakeholders meeting was to enable the Governor hear from the stakeholders and other people about his government performance and to also know their challenges.
” We are also here to thank you for the support you are giving to His Excellency, Engr. Abdullahi Sule over the years.
” We want to appeal to you to support His Excellency re-election bid as Gov. Sule is doing well and still doing well,” he said
The APC Chairman outlined the achievements recorded so far by Gov. Sule in the area to include security, roads, health, education, among other infrastructure.
Mamman called on the people of the state to vote Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Gov. Sule and all other APC candidates during the elections.