Eid-El-Fitr: We Must Prioritize the Welfare and Security of the Citizens — Uba Sani
By: Femi Mustapha
Kaduna State Governor-Elect, Senator Uba Sani, has said that leaders in the country must prioritize the welfare and security of citizens. He stated this in his Eid-El-Fitr message to felicitate with Nigerians on the important occasion.
According to him, if leaders fail to rise up to their responsibilities, democracy will cease to make meaning to the people. He added that it is by making people happy and secure that leaders can sustain and deepen this democracy.
“We must put in place and effectively implement policies and programmes that will raise the quality of life of our people and make them secure in their communities. If we fail to rise up to our responsibilities, democracy will cease to make meaning to our people. It is by making our people happy and secure that we can sustain and deepen this democracy,” he said.
The Governor-Elect expressed all praises to Almighty Allah for the successful completion of the Ramadan fast and the celebration of Eid-El-Fitr. He stressed that he and his team have been spiritually and physically renewed, adding that they are now adequately prepared to face new challenges and avail themselves of fresh opportunities for personal and collective advancement.
“As we look to the future with hope, we pray for Allah’s guidance. May He give us the courage to face whatever may come our way. May He bring our people together to work for the common good. May forgiveness, love, patience, goodness, kindness, compassion, and mercy be our watchwords.
“I look forward to my inauguration as the democratically elected Governor of Kaduna State on May 29th, 2023. We are assembling a formidable team of technocrats and politicians that will hit the ground running. We are keen to build on the good foundation laid by my leader and mentor, Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai.
“We shall further raise the bar of governance and make Kaduna State the model of development and peaceful coexistence in Nigeria,” he concluded.