Governor Abdullahi Sule Continuity Volunteers Group (GASCVG) endorses the Nasarawa State governor to contest for the second term in 2023 and continue his good works of developing the state.
The Coordinator of the group, Mr.
Idris Adamu, stated this at an event at TA’AL Conference Hotel, Lafia, organised by the group.
He said Gov.
Sule had exceeded all expectations by his performance in the last two years in office in infrastructural and human capital development, hence his endorsement by the group to contest for the second term.
Adamu described the governor as an effective and selfless leader who fears God, saying that the group had no regret voting for him in 2019.
His many achievements had shown the struggle for a new Nasarawa State.
He said the volunteer group has the structures across the 13 local government areas and 18 development areas and substructures at the 147 electoral wards in the state to drive home the ideas of GAASCVG and stepdown continuity projects.
“Today, as a group, we are happy to have Abdullahi Sule as governor of Nasarawa State.
Given his achievements so far is a vindication of our struggle for the evolution of the new Nasarawa State.
“The group has developed a program of action and set a target to harness over one million votes come 2023 for gov—Sule and, by extension, All Progressive Congress (APC) candidates at all levels.
We, therefore, solicit for your further necessary help,” he said.
In response, Gov.
Sule thanked them for finding him worthy of the call for continuity beyond 2023.
Sule, represented by Mr.
Adamu Gosho, said he would continue to work tirelessly towards exceeding all expectation mantra of his administration.
“I have listened keenly, and I have heard all the accolades and praises.
I have heard the call to contest for Governorship come 2023, and I will report back to him what I have noted,” he added.
Group endorses Governor Sule’s for second term