Poor governance, unorganised pattern of APC leadership caused current hardship experience by Nigerian’s- Jigawa PDP Senator
By Sulayman Mohammed, Dutse
Senator Mustapha Habeeb representing Jigawa North-Central has insisted that the current hardship in the country is related with lack of focus, bad governance and unorganised pattern of leadership from ruling All Progressive Congress (APC).
Fielding questions from reporters at his Dutse residence while receiving dozens PDP supporter’s who converged to rejoice with him over his victory at tribunal described his victory as a sign of People’s Democratic Party’s victory in the forthcoming 2027 general election in Jigawa state.
Senator Habeeb said there is no moral justification for government at all levels to denied Nigerian’s even development, since they have enough money to execute infrastructural developments.
” As a federal law maker our duty was to allocate moremonies to the three tier of governments for the execution of meaningful projects that has direct bearing in the populace. Therefore govts has no excuse whatsoever to complain for lack of money to better the lots of generality if Nigerian’s”
On his victory, he ” my affirmation as legally elected Senator in Jigawa North-Central by the appeal court, reflected the victory of people in the zone as well as clear signs of PDP’s chances to take over Jigawa state during the forthcoming 2027 general elections” he said.
The Senator who was received by thousands of PDP supporters at his house in Dutse, promised to do all his best and deliver the dividends of democracy to his constituents.
“I want to assured you that despite I emerged from opposition party, I will strive hard to usher an effective representation in the upper chamber, to better our Senatorial Zone as said Zanna of Dutse.
Senator Habeeb who bags traditional title holder of the Zanna of Dutse promised to improve the lives of his constituents with provision of basic social amenities including portable water supply, solar light, job creation through acquisition skills, agricultural support and other empowerment programs for the betterment of our teeming youths.
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