Katsina Govt Commends Voter Turnout In APC Congress

The Katsina state government has commended delegates who participated in the ongoing APC congresses conducted across the 34 local government areas of the state.

Malam Ibrahim Muazzam Abdullahi, the Director -General of the Katsina media and publicity made the commendation while supervising the conduct of the party congress.

He expressed optimism that the ruling party would be reelected into the different elective positions at both the state and national level, stressing the congresses went on smoothly devoid of molestation or any unwarranted behaviour.

The director also salute the courage and determination of government and party officials for coming out enmass to witness the congress which was conducted through consensus and affirmation.

He noted that the state government was happy with the way and manner in which the state deputy governor Mannir Yakubu and state APC chairman Alhaji Shitu Masalaha who participated fully in the congress held at Katsina metropolis.

He described the spectacular performance of the chief of staff to the governor, Alhaji Bello Mandiya and the executive secretary of the state emergency management agency SEMA, Alhaji Dr Aminu Waziri who took part in the exercise at their ancestral home of Malumfashi.

The media scribe also lauded the resilience of the state commissioner and Attorney -General of Justice Barrister Ahmed El-Murzuoq for conducting and supervising the congress across the five local government areas of Daura, Zango, Maiadua, Baure and Sandamu.

Abdullahi noted that the reports reaching his office indicated that the congresses were conducted with maturity, decency and decorum and in accordance with the party rules and regulations .

Our correspondent gathered that the state congress was slated for next week Saturday in which the state party executives were expected to be elected for the next four years.

Director General
Ibrahim M Abdullah

Previous ArticleNext Article

Share Your Comment With Others

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.