2023 Gov’ship: Senator Jika Says It’s  Turn Of Bauchi Central 



Chairman Senate Committee on Police Affairs, Senator Halliru Dauda Jika representing Bauchi Central Senatorial Zone has said that it is the turn of his zone to assume the mantle of leadership of the state come 2023 general elections.
To this end, Jika, who is aspiring for the governorship of Bauchi State come 2023 polls, expressed optimism that with the massive support of the people and ultimately the Almighty Allah, he would clinch the governorship seat in the forthcoming elections.
Jika, a one-time speaker of the Bauchi State House of Assembly told the people of the North senatorial district that they would soon be close to power when the central district in 2023 takes the governorship seat by way of popular votes.
He told the crowd that besieged Azare, venue of Dauda Halliru Jika Skills Acquisition Training and Women Empowerment, that he has toured all nooks and crannies of Bauchi State where he was tumultuously received by agents of change for the better.
Presenting a letter of commendation and honour for the revolutionary contributions of the Senator, the Chiroman Shira, Alhaji Garban Balu expressed delight with the numerous development projects undertaken by the senator across the state, particularly the central and northern zones.
The occasion which was organized by a political group, the Concerned Youths of Katagum Zome led by Engr. Muhammad Kabir had notable politicians on the entourage of Senator Dauda Jika that included Hon. Abdullahi Matori and Alhaji Kawu Labaran.
Chairman, Engr. Muhammad Kabir has earlier in a welcome address enumerated the numerous projects the senator has undertaken in his constituency which included water supply facilities, health facilities, schools, electricity, as well as empowerment where he distributed over 100 vehicles, 250 tricycles, over 300 sewing machines, among others.
Kabir also revealed that Senator Halliru Jika has facilitated the recruitment or employment of 103 constituents to the military, 314 into the police force, 26 to the Central Bank of Nigeria, 26 to the national grid, 28 to the Nigerian Security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC), 19 into DSS and 10 to the FIRS.


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