Matawalle Promise Improve Security, Education, Health, Others if Re-elected

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

By: Sani Haruna Dutsin-ma

Governor Bello Mohammed of Zamfara State has promised to improve in the areas of security, education, health sectors as well as general economy of the state when reelected for the second term.

The governor made the pronouncements at a campaign rally held in Gummi local government area of the state.

He said they have done a lot in the areas of security, education and health were 147 primary healthcare centres were built and provided with tricycle ambulances .

Matawalle urged people of the state to re-elect him for a second term, for continuity and provision of more projects, policies and programmes for the development of democracy and the state at large.

Read Also: Zamfara Governor Handover 450 Houses to Civil Servants

Similarly in Shinkafi local government, Governor Bello Matawalle also assured to provide all the necessary hospital equipments at Shinkafi Physiotaraphy Hospital.

He said, the hospital would be renovated and furnished so that, the people of Zamfara and other neighbouring states will find it easier to see the Doctors when ever the need arises.

The Mammoth crowd of APC supporters in Gummi local government area was received by Governor Bello Matawalle’s second term campaign train.

Read Also: Zamfara Islamic Cleric Advocates for Registered Voters to Collect Their PVC’s

The campaign rally also attended by all former governors, Mahmud Aliyu Shinkafi, former Deputy governors, Ministers, Speakers and Deputy Speakers as well as all APC stakeholders.

Earlier speaking, the Chairman of Matawalle’s second term campaign council, Abdul Aziz Yari commended people of Gummi local government for their love and total support to APC.

He urged electorates to vote massively for APC from top to bottom in the next month general elections, and called on APC stakeholders to continue to be united and ensure work for the success of the party during the 2023 general elections.

Leave a Comment