Why I Want To Go To Senate – Al-makura

Participants in a procession from GGSS Takau to INEC office.


Governor Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa State has said that among his reasons for the quest to be in the Senate is to add value to governance for the people of the state.

Al-Makura stated this in a rally at Awe local government area that one of the advantages for his election as Senator that would represent Nasarawa South District, would be adding value to governance and creation of opportunities for citizens of the state through bills that can have direct impact on them.

According to him, after a good thought and beckoning by the people along with what he has done in the area of development across the senatorial zone, he felt the only way to consolidate and ensure sustainability of the projects would be best kept if and when he is elected to represent the people at the National Assembly.

” I am more prepared for the senate than the incumbent to be frank with you,because if you look at what we have done in the passed seven and a half years compared to the Twelve years of the current occupant of the seat you would have every reason to support us than vote for what is best described as wasted years.

” I want to ensure that my contribution at the floor of the National Assembly in terms of making laws will be what will benefit my constituents as well as strengthens democracy and add value to governance” He said.

The Governor however assured the people of Awe that before his exit from office, he will make sure that the general hospital is completed and equipped for full health care service delivery, as well as the construction of a one kilometer intercity in Awe town.

Al-Makura expressed satisfaction with the turn out of the people to the rally, saying it was most assuring that Awe people will vote 95% for APC in the upcoming elections.


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