Even the blind can attest to rapid development under Gov Sule – Magaji

By Chris Udochukwu

(Precise Post) – Barrister Labaran Magaji has eulogised Engineer Sule of Nasarawa State, as he marks two years in office as executive Governor of the state, saying even the blind can attest to the rapid development in all the nooks and crannies of the state.

Magaji who stated this on Friday in an interview with newsmen at the banquet hall venue of the Gala night to mark to mark the goveenor’s two years in office, added that Governor Sule is a gift from God to the state.

According to him, Gov. Sule upon assumption of the leadership of the state in May 2019, focused on the rapid development of the state and has consolidated on all the recorded by the successive administrations in the state within the last two years.

He noted that since Sule took over as the governor of the state on May 29, 2019, the state has been enjoying relative peace because he is seeing and carrying everybody in the state as a stakeholder in the project Nasarawa State.

According to Magaji, even the blinds can see the achievement that has been recorded in just two years of Gov. Sule’s administration; there is rapid development in all the nooks and crannies of the state. “Is it , or or Education one wants to talk about? In fact, there is all-around development in our state within the last two years, therefore after the next two years, we would want another four years of development in the state.

“Engineer Sule has done credibly well in his two years in office, so we believe that the next two years will be an additional success and so we in Nasarawa state believe that if we give him another four years he will lead us to our El-dorado.

“I hereby call on all members of his to be steadfast and continue to support his policies and programmes the way they have done in the last two years. At this time, I will also call on all the people of Nasarawa state to continue to support him so that he can achieve all the programmes he has lined up to achieve for the state,” he said.

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