When Will Masari Enroll His Children Into Govt School, By Jamilu Ismail
That is human nature we said. It is fifty two days since RT. Hon Aminu Bello Masari assumed office as the governor of Katsina State with a lot of promises made during his campaign and after winning the election.
When promises are made, expectation follows immediately. To what extent should the promises be made in terms of their fulfilment? Taking Nigeria into perspective, I think to keep the level of anxiety to help people control and maintain a confident expectation level, promises should be vividly on the basis and terms to which such promises are made.
At the first why the promise, when and how does a leader tend to fulfil each promise made? This are two important question which we ought to have asked since before now but I guess its not too late for we the people that voted his Excellency RT. Hon Aminu Bello Masari. Following with keen interest and having a perspective view of a less privilege family struggling with the harsh realities to provide qualitative education just like the type the elites have and also to be able to have access to a better health services in case my family needs one.
Furthermore one would begin to wonder if at all the promises are genuine and meant to fulfil a desired goal backed with a sincerity of purpose or are they just promises uttered to gain political acceptance with the masses.
Likewise, the duration at least should also be a subject when making such promises.
Governor Aminu Bello Masari promised a lot of reformation which upon the many lies the two most important one’s to me because such promises are often use by our politicians to solicit the votes of the masses.
I found those promises to be courageous and motivating when he stated and reaffirmed that both during his campaign and after winning the election the he will enrol his children into government public schools and also he will personally together with his family seek medical treatment at government public hospitals.
I so much admired his Excellency RT.Hon Aminu Bello Masari reforms he promised to deliver in all sectors. By doing so he has brought a new style of leadership which will have adverse positive effect in our state.
Just as a true admirer of his courage and commitment, I wish to remind our governor on two of the promises he made on enrolling his children into government public schools and obtaining a government hospital card for his family. Like I always said a journey starts with a step because we cannot continue to wait for the perfect time to do the right thing especially to those masses that bestowed their trust and total faith upon a man they feel he will hear their cry out and replace their sad misery with a life of fulfilment in both happiness and prosperity.
The masses never under any circumstance or deliberately urge Masari to undertook such task upon himself rather he willingly did so during a time when he needed the support of the masses to help him fulfil his dream which he did so.
Likewise is indeed a burden upon him to reciprocate back his promises he made especially the one’s I highlighted in the beginning which to some people is of less importance in value compared to other big projects and major reforms.
My call to the new government of Katsina State headed by RT.Hon Aminu Bello Masari to never underestimate the significance of fulfilling the little small task he promised which their fulfilment will enhance and boost the confidence of our public schools in terms of quality, capacity and stability.
When will masari enrol his children in public government schools and also when will he obtain his public hospital card for himself and his family.
written by Jamilu Ismail