We’ve Delivered On Our Promises – Gov Ahmed
Kwara State Governor, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has delivered on its electoral promises to the people of the state.
The governor who stated this yesterday in Ilorin at the flag off of APC campaign ahead of November Local government election in the state, said “we promised you improved health services. We have delivered. We promised safer roads, we have delivered. Good education, we have delivered. Jobs for youths and women, delivered. On our watch, Kwara state, from North to south, is witnessing great transformation”.
According to the governor, the APC remains the only credible platform for improving the living standard of the people through the provision of infrastructure for economic development.
Gov Ahmed explained that the existing nurtured political structure in the state would continue to guarantee good governance and deliver dividend of democracy and assured the people of the state that all the APC flag bearers in the local government election would deliver on the mandate of the party.
Governor Ahmed urged Kwarans to continue to give maximum support to the All Progressives Congress by casting their votes for the party in the November 18th Local government election.
Also speaking, the State Chairman of APC, Alhaji Ishola Balogun-Fulani charged members of the party across the sixteen local government areas of the state to campaign rigorously and tiredness for the party’s success.
In their separate remarks, Chairmen, Kwara Central, North and South Senatorial Districts of the state, Alhaji Jimoh Adesina, Alhaji Isiaka Oniwa and Alhaji Jimoh Balogun, respectively, promised to ensure that the party’s candidates win the election through hard work.
Also speaking, the State Women Leader of the party, Hajia Rahmat Oganija thanked the APC, the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki and the State Governor, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed for the opportunity given to women folks and promised that women would turn out en mass to vote for APC candidates in the election.