My Government Will Be People Based, Says APGA Governorship Candidate, DR Duya

My Government Will Be People Based, Says APGA Guber Candidate
By Ben Auta
The governorship candidate of the APGA in the forthcoming gubernatorial election Rev Dr Andrew Duya has said that his government will be people based when elected into office.
Dr Duya, who was speaking to some journalists in Kaduna during his acceptance speech after he was unanimously endorsed unopposed by delegates of the party during their primary added that all communities will be involved in fashioning people oriented programs.
He further said that his administration will be people based as he will deemphasize money politics as he said that better days are coming to the people of Kaduna State as all policies and programs that are not people based will not be continued.
He decried the high rate of poverty and insecurity especially in Kaduna State as he added that the safety of lives and properties will be topmost if elected governor of Kaduna State.
He said that ” party is not a religion, we should look at individuals that can do the job not the party when we are looking for those that will serve the people.
On his part, Mr Timothy Azubuike, who was the retuning officer of primary said that all the aspirants agreed on a consensus candidate that was how Dr Duya emerged.
He added that they found Dr Duya worthy of representing the party in the forthcoming gubernatorial election that was why they all agreed to support him.
On his part, Chairman of the party, Alh Ibrahim Rahama, said that it is a thing of joy for the party to conclude it primary successfully adding that all members had promised to work for the success of the party in the coming election.

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