The All Progressive Congress, APC will repeat its successes in the 2015 and 2019 general elections in 2023 general elections, Governor, Aminu Bello Masari Of Katsina State has said.
Gov. Masari added that the APC remained confident enough that what transpired in the last two general elections during which the APC candidates won at all levels in the state and indeed dominated the majority of others including the Federal Government would repeat itself.
Masari leads one of the departments in the ruling party’s Presidential Campaign Council and a close associate of the presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, asserted, during the presentation of the draft annual budget of the Katsina State Government to members of the Katsina Assembly.
He therefore called on the people of the State to elect APC candidates at all levels for the continuation of the people-oriented projects, programmes and policies of the APC governments at all levels.
Before the primary elections during which candidates for various positions under the party’s platform emerged he disclosed, they organized prayer sessions and prayed to Almighty to select the best candidates for the party in the state.
He claimed that their prayers were answered and the best candidates in all elective positions emerged, calling on those that lost to accept the will of God and try their luck next time.
k He also harped on his performance as governor in the last seven and a half years, saying despite the challenges, the state government has successfully touched all sectors of the economy in general and the restoration agenda in particular.
Masari assured people of the State that the present administration has done well within the available resources to uplift the living standard of the people. I am sure posterity will judge our government on the meaningful projects, programmes and policies implemented during its tenure as the government of Katsina State.
He was optimistic that their performance in the first four years encouraged the people to elect APC for another term of four years, arguing that they did not fail in their responsibilities to improve people’s lives and condition of livelihood with the available resources.