Kebbi Government assures maximum protection of lives, property of citizens for optimum productivity
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Kebbi State Governor, Comrade Nasir Idris
By El-Yakub Dabai, Birnin Kebbi
Governor Nasir Idris of Kebbi State has assured people living in security crisis areas of his administration’s resolve for absolute protection of their lives and property for them to contribute their quota in the overall development of the state.
The Governor was addressing a large number of APC faithful who gathered at the Haliru Abdu Stadium after their motorcade moved from Sir Ahmadu Bello International Airport through the major streets of Birnin Kebbi to rejoice with him over the Supreme Court victory.
Governor Idris said its is the responsibility of his government to bring peace to Zuru, Yauri and Argungu emirates being the flashpoints of security challenges that had resulted to lost of lives and property as well as shortfall in agricultural and business activities.
“It is the responsibility of my government to secure the life of every citizen in the state. No society would prosper when its people are living in chaos, unsecured and disarray. Let me stress here that as long as we remain in power all flashpoint areas in the state would be maximally protected”, the Governor stressed.
Governor Idris maintained that he would continue with the developments he started since he assumed office May 29, 2023 which he attributed to the support he enjoyed from APC leadership, State Assembly, State Executive Council members and the public.
He however called on members of the opposition parties to put aside their political differences to join hands with his government to move the state forward now that litigations were over if truly they were after the genuine development of Kebbi State.
The leadership of the ruling party APC, led by its Chairman Abubakar Kana Zuru, presented an award of Excellence and Service to Humanity to Governor Idris for making the party proud through his unprecedented achievements within eight months of his stay in office.