The All Progressives Congress (APC) Yobe State Party Chairman, Alhaji Mohammed Gadaka has charged the people of Yobe North Senatorial Districts to support Governor Mai Mal Buni for the second term for the governor to be able to complete all the ongoing capital projects in the state.
Gadaka made the plea on Friday while having an interactive session with the APC ward executives across Yobe North Senatorial District at their respective local government areas.
Mohammed Gadaga stated that,they were at jakusko, Bade, karasuwa, Nguru and Machina Local government areas on behalf of the state governor, Mai Mala Buni to appreciated the support APC Members of the zone are giving to this present administration in the state.
He revealed that,this is the right time for the party to have an interactive session with the wards executives to discuss critical key issues towards the APC victory at the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
“Votes Buni for Second term to complete all the ongoing capital projects to includes; Damaturu International Cargo airport, Modern Markets in potiskum, Damaturu,Nguru, Geidam and Potiskum trailer park among other capital projects.
“Buni upgraded, rehabilitated and constructed 138 Primary Health Care centres (PHC) out of the 178 wards across the 17 local government areas in the state.The remaining 40 phc Projects would also be completed if you massively votes the Governor for the second term”, the Chairman said.
While at jakusko and karasuwa local government areas, the party Chairman received over 300 PDP members who decamped to the ruling party APC.
On their parts ,the APC wards executives across the Yobe North Senatorial Districts assured the state party Chairman that, Governor Mai Mala Buni, presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Ahmed Bola Tinubu and other APC candidates in the state would secure the highest votes in the 2023 general election in the State.
The Chairman also doles out 20,000 each to 1,634 ward Executives across Yobe North Senatorial District to reduce the effect of the economic hardships people are facing globally.