By Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna
President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to Nasarawa state is an indication that North Central is the home of APC and will give PMB 100% support during 2019 election, chairman North Central Media Support Group, Ibrahaim Dasuki Salihu Nakande, has stated.
The group in a statement, signed by the chairman, indicated that the visit has reaffirmed the efforts of the APC administration to provide dividends of democracy across the country.
“It has further shown the qualities of APC governors towards service delivery to the citizens. The projects executed by Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura’s administration and commissioned by President Buhari, will positively impact on both the economy and socio political wellbeing of the people.
“The reception accorded to President, Muhammadu Buhari, by the good people of Nasarawa State, has further indicated that APC is the only party known by the people of North central.
“The Comprehensive School for The Disable, Muhammadu Buhari, Karu International Market and other people’s oriented projects commissioned during the visit is an expression of the APC continued quest for better service delivery to the citizens.
“We are of the firm believe that the people of the North central will continue to support the course of our president, which were anchored on his policy thrust on the fights against corruption, insurgency, as well as stabilization of the nation’s economy.
“The effort of the President in putting some infrastructural developments to the State and North Central is also a point worthy of appreciation.
“His approval of projects such as Otukpo-Enugu Road project, Itakpe-Ajaokuta Rail Line, and also the approval of the dualization of Keffi-to-Akwanga Road, which we believe will pave the way for the eventual dualization of Akwanga-to-Jos Road, as well as the continuation of ongoing Jos Inland Port, among others, for the development of the North Central are also worthy of mentioning.
“We appreciate the entire people of the State for their hospitality, while also appreciating all that have been in the State to welcome our leader. Thank you all, and remain blessed.”