Governor Masari Assures Good Governance (Full Speech)
Katsina state governor-elect, Aminu Masari on Monday assured the people of Katsina state of continuous provision of good governance in the state.
Naija News reports that the state governor who was given the mandate to govern the state for another four years gave the assurance in a statewide broadcast to thank people of the state on the renewal of his mandate.
While thanking the people of the state for their support towards re-electing him into office, Masari also assured that his administration would further ensure the security of lives and property as it moves to the next level.
While commending the participants of the Saturday’s election, the governor said there was no winner or loser in the election, and called for the support of all to move Katsina state to the next level of growth and development.
In his words, the state governor said; “On behalf of myself, the deputy governor-elect, I hereby accept our renewed mandate for a second term.
“The victory is a vote of confidence and affirmation of trust on what our administration succeeded in achieving in our first term.
“During our first term, we had pact with people of this state that we will live with the fear of Allah and manage your resources judiciously, that we will provide you with security and well being.
“Nothing changes; in fact, if anything, I am here and now reaffirming our commitments to this pact as we move to the next level.”
“As we celebrate our victory, it is important to caution our people that the contest was not between enemies. In Katsina State we do not have losers, everyone is a winner.’’
“As we move to the next level, I wish to reaffirm to you, our commitment to promote good governance in our state and prioritise education sector, empowerment and security of our people. I assure you that we will not disappoint.”
However, the governor commended party leaders and supporters who contributed immensely towards the victory recorded in the governorship and state assembly elections across the states.