Zamani Foundation Takes Good Governance, Nation Building Campaign To Southern Kaduna

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A cross section of participants at the sensitization programme on good governance and nation building at Kafanchan.

By; AMOS TAUNA, Kaduna

Towards ensuring good governance at all tiers of government, Zamani Foundation took it campaign to Kafanchan, the Southern part of Kaduna State to engage candidates of political parties and other stakeholders towards educating them of what is expected of them.

The founder, Mrs Talatu Henry Zamani said the programme was to make direct impact to the people of the area so that the dream of ensuring good governance and nation building becomes the watchword for the benefit of all in the society.

She explained that Zamani foundation engaged both zone 1 and zone 2 in an interactive session with candidates of political parties in their areas with a view of entrenching the values of good governance and nation building in the hearts of politicians seeking elective offices.

She added, “The main focus of the sensitization programme is to engage the candidates and citizens on what good governance and nation building is and what visible impacts they need to put in place towards moving the society forward in all spheres of life.”

The founder Zamani foundation on a presentation on visible impact highlighting the Asian tigers with Singapore, Taiwan and China’s development plans, development of  Dubai and Rwanda, gave the participants principles  on how Nigeria could have good governance with a step by step development plans.

She asked the candidates to make commitment on ensuring that Nigeria comes out from the map as the poverty capital of the world, adding that good governance is all about development.

She enjoined the government to redirect their thoughts  towards those they govern, stressing that that could be the only way there can be responsible and responsive government in the country.

The dialogue was well attended with candidates running for office, citizens, traditional rulers,  CSOs, artisans, youth, market women, religious leaders and captains of industries.

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