Governor Aminu Bello Masari said he has performed 70 per cent of his campaign promises in 2015.
The governor stated this while filing questions on his sixth year’s anniversary.
He noted that even though his government was unable to perform 100 per cent of its campaign promises, at least 70 per cent of the promises made were fulfilled.
He said: “I have been able to do 70 per cent of what I have promised; we promised the people education, health, water supply, agriculture, empowerment and security. And we have all the records of what we have done in all these areas.
“We are mindful of the time just as we started six years ago, remaining two years and you can see the journey as it almost ended but I’m sure when we complete the projects we started I think we will be able to achieve more than 70 per cent of what we promised.”
He therefore dismissed the allegation that his administration has done nothing instead making unnecessary spending, noting that each person would one day account for his stewardship to the people and God.
Explaining further Masari states that he is working hard to ensure an APC candidate succeeds him in 2023 election.
“We can effectively market APC and get APC elected again.
“I am very optimistic that APC will win.
“Show me any sign that APC will fail and I will tell you one hundred signs why APC will still win. Because for the first time in the history of this country our programmes have touched the lives of ordinary people.”
He added that the party has touched the lives of ordinary people through the social intervention programmes where over fifty billion naira has gone directly to the hands of the people in the state, adding that his administration will continue doing more for the ordinary people in the state.