SDP Governorship candidate in Nassarawa canvasses support for Danladi, Reps candidate for Keffi 



By Yahaya Idris, Lafia


The governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party, (SDP), in Nassarawa state, Hon Ishaq Ahmed Kana, .has promised to give adequate attention to  youths and women empowerment, scholarship, donations of power generators to some streets in Keffi and as well create  easy asses to potable drinking water if elected.


Hon. Ishaq Ahmed Kana who led the campaign of the House of Representatives candidate of the party in Keffi,  told the residents of Keffi and beyond to vote for Abdulaziz S.K Danladi, saying he has started very well by grading Keffi township roads,

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According to Hon.  Kana, , Hon. Abdulaziz and himself are brothers, haven hailed from the same senatorial zone, which he said presently enjoys the benefit of his past achievements as a former federal lawmaker from the place

He promised to conduct government business in an open manner that had never been seen in that part of the country.


He also promised to set goals and timelines for government to achieve every aspect of the manifesto, while also promising that the state would witness monumental development within the first one year in office.


Speaking earlier, Hon. Abdulaziz S.K Danladi (Sarki Matasa) promised to continue providing equipment and logistic support to relevant organization in his constituency if voted in.

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He assured the people of Keffi East constituency of people oriented and effective programme aimed at redeeming the sufferings of the people.


Hon. Danladi  promised to implement youth programmes and activities that would keep young people busy as well as reformed youth that can no longer be lured into drugs and crime.


He said he would pursue the implementation of quality education, primary healthcare centers and youth and women empowerment among others.


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