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There Is No Alternative To APC – Niger Gov



Governor Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State, has asserted that there is no alternative to APC-led administration in Nigeria in view of pragmatic approach to fight against corruption, revamping of Agricultural, Health Roads, Water and Health sectors by both the federal and state governments.

The Governor made the assertion through his deputy, Ahmed Mohammed Ketso, at the commissioning ceremony of a joint campaign office donated by members representing Chanchaga federal constituency in Minna at the weekend.

Bello stressed that the APC-led administration at both federal and state levels, has successfully transformed the social and economic fortunes of the country within three years in line with the change mantra that brought it to power.

He added that even opposition parties now feel the impact of sincerity of the APC, having won in free and fair elections and adhering to rule of law as nurtured, encouraged, and promoted by the party.

While urging youths to participate actively in politics in order to inject new ideas and concepts into political activities of the country, he outlined opportunities given to farmers, encouragement to indigenous companies by his administration to enhance productivity via changing of narratives of government and provision of level playing ground to conform with global best practices as a key that factored in the youths.

The Governor reiterated that his administration would continue to focus on empowerment, creation of employment, restoring the glory of the state and wooing of investors within and outside the country as a deliberate policy to boost the economy.

Speaking at the occasion, the State APC Chairman, Engineer Mohammed Jibril Imam, appreciated the federal legislator’s vision of donating such an edifice for the president and therefore urged  other political office holders to emulate the legislator, whose singular act was aimed at creating unity among members of the party holding elective offices.



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