By Abdallah el-Kurebe, Editor
#TrackNigeria: The Senator-elect for Kaduna Central, Malam Uba Sani has reiterated his commitment to quality representation that would place his constituency in pole position to “reap from the next level of massive infrastructural, economic, social and agricultural development of the re-elected and re-energized APC government at the federal level and in Kaduna State.”
Sani renewed the commitment shortly after he received his Certificate of Return by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as the duly elected Senator to represent Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone in the ninth Senate.
“I am truly honoured and humbled at the same time. I am immensely grateful to Almighty Allah for this uncommon privilege to serve our people In Kaduna Central, Kaduna State and the nation at large.
“My gratitude also goes to the leaders of our great party, the APC both at state and national levels for counting me worthy to fly the party’s flag at the just concluded elections in spite of huge odds.
“I truly appreciate the youths, women, elders and other residents of Kaduna Central Senatorial zone who believe so much in me and showed it most audaciously with their huge votes at the polls,” he said, vowing not fail the constituents.
“My biggest thanks g to my boss, close confidante and dear brother, the irrepressible governor of our dear State, Mallam Nasir El Rufai. Your belief in my abilities some times amazes me.
“We are bound by our common love for Kaduna State and our love for our long suffering people. As a Senator in the 9th Senate of our great nation, I shall do all that is within my competence and power to ensure that our collective dream and aspiration of a peaceful, investment friendly and economically buoyant Kaduna State is speedily achieved.
“My loyalty to our party and our great leader, His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, shall be unalloyed and unflinching. With like-minds and fellow party men, we shall build a bulwark of support for the President and his administration in the Senate, Insha Allah,” he said.