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Dattijo unveils 6-point agenda, faults reports on El-Rufai endorsement

A governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kaduna State, Muhammad Abdullahi Dattijo, has said Governor Nasir El-Rufai has not endorsed any aspirant…

A governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kaduna State, Muhammad Abdullahi Dattijo, has said Governor Nasir El-Rufai has not endorsed any aspirant for the 2023 governorship position in the state.

 Dattijo, who is the commissioner for Budget and Planning, stated this at the APC party secretariat when he formally declared his intention to contest the state governorship seat.

According to him, the governor only asked all those interested in the party to seek the people’s support and the party.

The Chief of Staff to Governor Nasir El-Rufai, unveiled a six-point agenda to be implemented if he is elected as governor of Kaduna State.

Dattijo, who acknowledged that his mentor, Nasir El-rufai has recorded remarkable achievements and raised the bar in terms of providing infrastructural development and good governance, noted that it is important to sustain the trend.
The former Chief of Staff to Governor El-rufai said that serving in the state executive council since 2015 gave him the opportunity to understudy and understand how governance works.

He cautioned the party against making a wrong choice, saying “we need to be careful in making a choice that whoever becomes the next governor is someone that is well-experienced and grounded educationally.”

In the six-point blueprint titled, ‘Moving forward together,’ Dattijo maintained that his ultimate goal is to make “Kaduna a state that is secured, works for everyone, creating an enabling environment for opportunities so that all our residents can thrive.”

Dattijo said the topmost on the agenda is securing Kaduna state by investing in people and technology, rural transformation by connecting rural economies to agriculture and solid minerals as well as urban infrastructure.

Others are building a smarter technologically advanced state, investing in the people by investing in health, education and youth development and attracting local and international finance for development by working with development partners across the globe to drive the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and ensure no demographic is left behind.

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