President Buhari tasks governors on continuity for developing



President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, tasked Nigerian Governors on imbibing the culture of continuity to develop their states and the entire nation.


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The President gave the charge when he visited the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado-Bayero, shortly after the ground breaking ceremony of the -Kaduna rail line project.

According to him, I am in to see some projects done by the present administration under Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, and I am happy with what I saw. The Governor is working that the state is not left behind.”

can compete with others globally, due to the tireless efforts of the Governor, who dedicated himself to completing projects left behind by the previous administrations.”

The President reaffirmed his administration’s commitment in mapping out and programmes aimed at uplifting the standard of of Nigerians.

Earlier, Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje said the and commitment of the federal government in reviving the transport sector is a clear indication of how ’s economy would bounce back.

He explained that effect of the Coronavirus pandemic had affected the economy of the entire world.

He maintained that his administration would do everything within its powers to provide adequate security, free and compulsory education as well as quality healthcare among others.

Ganduje said: “I am delighted about the Kano- Kaduna railway project which will boost economic activities and revive the transport sector.”

Also speaking, Ado-Bayero charged the President to intensify efforts toward tackling insecurity and the economy.

He described Buhari as a remarkable leader, thus urging Nigerians to intensify for the security and unity of the country.

“We thank the President for the developmental projects throughout the country, particularly state. I hope Nigerians will complement governments’ efforts by serving as watchdog of the society,” the Emir said.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Buhari was in for the official ground breaking of the -Kaduna rail line project at Zawachiki. (NAN)