2023: Kaduna group harps on don’t tell me your projects show it to me
By: Mayen Etim
KADUNA, North-West, Nigeria – A group under the auspice of Kaduna State Joint Action Committee for Uba Sani has flagged off a project termed: ‘operation don’t tell me your projects show it to me’.
Convener of the group, Dr. Abdul Ahmed Isiaq, stated this in a press statement made available to the media in Kaduna on 4th March, 2023.
The statement stated further that the Committee is a coalition of 69 different associations, in its continuing series of engagement with the press where it discussed issues relating to Uba Sani, the Kaduna State Gubernatorial candidate of the All-Progressive Congress (APC) in the 2023 Election.
The statement added that
Senator Uba Sani has facilitated the following projects: Construction of N3.5billion faculty of engineering, Kaduna State University, (KASU); Kaduna State (Igabi LGA), Construction of a fully equipped ICT Centre at Government Secondary School, Kawo, Kaduna North LGA; Construction and equipping of a skill acquisition centre at Kinkinau, Kaduna South LG.
Others are; construction and equipping of a skill acquisition centre at Danmani, Rigasa (Igabi LGA); construction of a fully equipped ICT Centre at Government Girls Secondary School, Maimuna Gwarzo, Kaduna South LGA; construction and equipping of an ICT Centre at Turunku ward (Igabi LGA); construction and equipping of a skill acquisition centre at LEA Sabon Garin Nasarawa, Chikun LGA, and construction of a 110-bed capacity hostel at the Shehu Lawal Giwa Girls Secondary School, Giwa LGA.
According to the Committee in the Healthcare Uba Sani has made a significant impact with the construction and equipping of a modern obstetrics and Gynaecology Centre at Birnin-Gwari General Hospital; and also construction of Nurse quarters, renovation and equipping of Unguwan Gaga Primary Health Centre, Yakawada ward, Giwa LGA and Primary Health Care Centre, Afaka, in Igabi LGA.
“Also in the Sport development
Senator Sani pushed for the construction of Neighbourhood Sport Centre, Narayi, Chikun LGA.
“Construction of Neighbourhood Sport Centre, Rigasa, Igabi LGA. and Construction of Neighbourhood Sport Centre, Kajuru LGA.
“The would-be governor carried out the construction of solar-powered motorised bore holes with overhead tanks in locations across Kaduna Central Senatorial District, and the construction of hand-pump boreholes at different locations in Kaduna Central Senatorial Districts.
“He also provided the youth with such skills as technical, entrepreneurial skill development in agriculture and agro-business.
“A number of farmers across his Senatorial Districts were beneficiaries and they got cash backing to enable them to engage in their own farming activities.
“He bankrolled an intensive training of 150 youth on the fishery and poultry farming at the College of Animal Science Ahmadu Bello University. We ask the other candidates; DON’T TELL US. SHOW US.
“He has also been up and doing on the floor of the Senate with various motions moved and several bills in his kitty. With his valuable contributions on the floor of the Senate, Senator Uba Sani has come across to many as a firebrand parliamentarian and he is unarguably one of the best senators that Kaduna State has ever produced.
“He has received countless awards on account of his excellent performance and remarkable achievements since he went to the Senate in 2019.
“In July 2022, he emerged as the overall best in the Senate’s Top Ten Bills Productivity Index. He was also named the ‘Top Performer on Bills Sponsorship for North-West Geopolitical Zone’ at the Most Valuable Parliamentarians Hall of Fame Awards organized by Order Paper Nigeria.”
According to the Committee, in all these, Uba Sani is in the league of great men and women who lead their constituency to overcome the shackles of despondency, fear and underdevelopment (Little wonder the insignia of his campaign is the broken shackles).
“Gentlemen of the press with this chatter of recorded achievements of Uba Sani, we encourage all voters to ask any of the other guber candidates,” the Committee urged.