Former Nigerian lawmaker, Shehu Sani has reiterated his desire to contest the Kaduna State Governorship seat come 2023.
The senator who represented Kaduna Central in the 8th National Assembly on Friday (today) disclosed things his administration will deal with when given the chance to rule the state.
Stating his manifestos, Sani said he will restore the unity between people of the northern and southern parts of the state, Naija News reports.
The politician frowned at the polarisation of the citizens in the state along geographical lines while unfolding his “Talakawa Agenda”.
Senator Sani in a statement titled, “My Talakawa Agenda for Kaduna State, 2023-2027”, condemned the kidnapping and banditry that persisted for long in the state.
The Governorship hopeful maintained that his mission is to end banditry and terrorism and secure the lives of the people by consistent and technical support for all security agencies located in the state.
Sani explained further that his mission for the state includes the verification and payment of the state debt burden, re-industrialization of the state, reactivation of moribund industries and massive support for Small and Medium Enterprises as well as infrastructure development of neglected rural areas.
“Others are cancellation of open and hidden fees as well as sundry charges in public schools and hospitals, massive and mechanised agricultural scheme and agro-allied industries to maximally explore the agro potential of the state,” Sani noted.
This article was originally published on Naija News