Kaduna State governor-elect, Uba Sani, has said he will not govern the state along ethnic or religious lines so as to give everyone a sense of belonging.
Uba, who was declared winner of last Saturday’s governorship election in the state, who stated this in his acceptance speech, said he would consolidate the achievements of the outgoing Governor Nasir el-Rufai.
He said, “The people of Kaduna State have given us their mandate to lead in serving them for the next four years. We accept this privilege as a heavy responsibility. We shall carry out the people’s democratic directives with focus and unrelenting dedication.
“We shall govern for all, no matter how they voted, no matter how they worship or which of our many tongues they speak. Our gaze will be firmly in the direction of continuous progress, peace and prosperity of the state.”
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Uba thanked Gov El-Rufai and his team for their collective effort since 2015 to build the foundation for a new Kaduna State.
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