Nasarawa State Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development, Amb. Lucky Isaac Yargwa, has declared that no candidate in the State matches the rich profile of Engr. Abdullahi Sule for Governor in the 2023 General Elections.
The Commissioner made the disclosure at a One-day Youth Summit and Endorsement of Governor Abdullahi Sule for Second Term organised by LAMUS YOUTH VANGUARD FOR A.A. SULE, LYVAAS, in Wamba Local Government Area of the State during the weekend.
Addressing the Press, Amb. Yargwa contended that the laudable achievements of the Governor, Engr. Abdullahi Sule, in various sectors of the State in the past three-and-a-half years and his excellent human relations and leadership qualities naturally place him ahead of any contender for the post in 2023.
“Engr. Abdullahi Sule has an intimidating track records, spanning across the private and public sectors.
“He both worked and headed one of Africa’s biggest Corporations, that’s in Dangote Group of Companies.
He worked in the Oil Sector as well.
“He has travelled the world and knows what is good for his people and State.
“We have seen and felt his practical presence in virtually all aspects of our daily lives and society.
“We can deduce from what the Governor has done and still doing to say he should continue because we feel there is more he has for the people and State.”
A member of the State Executive Council, Yargwa who hails from Wamba Local Government Area maintained that his Council Area and its people have benefitted immensely from the Sule Administration and the All Progressives Congress, APC, since taking over the mantle of leadership, stressing that Wamba is fully in solidarity with Engr. Abdullahi Sule and the party ahead of the 2023 General Elections.
“From the days of the Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, and now to the era of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Wamba Local Government Area and her great people have been showing their total support to the party and its candidates.
“We are not a people who will renege on our decisions after we have made up our minds, more so that we have been enjoying the dividends of the Sule-led Government and the APC administration, both in Nasarawa State and Country at large, and we know there is more to come our way if the administration continues in power.
“So, as we gear towards the 2023 Polls, electorates should endeavour to assess the antecedents and present records of those who are seeking their votes.
“Fortunately, we already have a leader who is both tested and trusted as a Governor.
“Engr. Abdullahi Sule has been able to transform the State from the back line to the front line in Nigeria.
“He is bringing his wealth of experience as an accomplished private sector enigma to public service.
“We need people like him to continue in leadership so that our State and her people can continue to enjoy the dividends of his excellent leadership.”
He applauded the proponent of the LAMUS YOUTH VANGUARD FOR A.A. SULE initiative, describing it as timely and apt.
“The brain behind this vanguard, Hon. Murtala Alhassan Lamus, Special Adviser to the Governor on Special Duties, is an accomplished career political figure both in Wamba Local Government Area and Nasarawa State as a whole.
“He has been in the forefront of politics even before the creation of Nasarawa State, that’s dating back to the old Upper and Lower Plateau.
“In fact, he was among those who advocated for the creation of Nasarawa State in the late 90s’.
“I must say there is no better time for such convention than now.
“You can see the excitement among the people in their quest to re-elect Engr. Abdullahi Sule as Governor come next year.
“We will support this noble project and others like it to actualize the goal of re-electing the Governor and other flag bearers of our great party in next year’s Polls.”
Also present at the occasion include the Convener and Special Adviser to Governor Abdullahi Sule on Special Duties, Hon. Murtala Alhassan Lamus; Hon. Asiru Bala Suleiman, Executive Chairman Wamba Local Government Area, and other critical party stakeholders from the Council.