Action Alliance (AA) candidate for governor of Kaduna State in the 2023 elections, Mr. Timothy Adamu, says that Kaduna State needs a governor who understands the people and knows how to lead them.
He said that for peace to last in the state, the leaders of the state must set up a government that includes everyone.
Adamu told DSMEDIA24 in Kaduna on Friday that the state could be a leader in all areas if there was peace and unity that could last.
He said, “Kaduna state needs a governor who understands the people and knows how to lead them in the act of governing so that there is absolute unity among the people and no doubt or fear of any kind.”
“You’ll remember that when Gov. Mohammed Ahmed Makarfi and the late Gov. Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa were in charge, people freely talked to each other and there were no divisions based on religion or tribe. Instead, people mixed, and there was a lot of happiness, which is very different from today, when the state is very divided by religion.”
He said that because Kaduna State was once the capital of Northern Nigeria, it needs a governor who understands the people and knows how to get the best out of them.
“I was sure that if the state had a governor who got along with the people, it would stand out as the best in the country. It will bring in investors from both inside and outside the country because it is close to Nigeria’s north, south, and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The state has a lot to gain from having a good leader who can show it the right way to go.”
“A good governor needs to change the way people talk about the state so that the whole world can see how great it really is.
“Kaduna State is falling behind in agriculture, education, and other areas of life because there is insecurity in the state, which keeps people from going about their normal lives to make a living,” he said.
He said that the state would have peace, unity, and progress in every way if everyone got along, no matter what their differences were. He also said that until a God-fearing governor is chosen, the state will continue to have problems with peace.
He asked people to vote for a candidate who was smart and would bring people together instead of a governor who would make things even more confusing in a society that was already in trouble.
“The people of Kaduna state need peace, unity, and, above all, brotherly love,”