Kwara Guber Race: Ladi Hassan takes campaign to Asa, Moro


…promises to prioritise infrastructure

By Matthew Denis

One of the Governorship aspirants under the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Ladi Hassan has taken his political consultation to stakeholders in Moro and Asa local government areas of Kwara state last week.
The aspirant while unveiling his plans promised to give priority to physical infrastructural development and transformation of the lives of common Kwara indigenes.
He said “being a well informed person when it comes to the need of ‘grass root’ people that I dine, chat and listen to their plights and make them feel at home. I incorporated a foundation with a nomenclature ‘ Sola Saraki Educational Foundation to sustain the legacy of Baba Saraki who saw education as the bedrock of societal development.
“The objective of the Sola foundation is to assist students who are indigent and undergoing medical study in Nigeria universities achieve their desire needs and the number of beneficiaries are abound.
According to him the phenomenon of understanding Kwarans need is beyond iconoclastic rather sustain the state as a bastion of harmony, peace and religious tolerance.
“As the electioneering event unfolds, it is pertinent to disabuse the minds of people from stereotype belief that emergency of candidate is not going to be people’s choice with recourse to my background and upbringing that I posses what it takes to clinch the ticket as the man of the people.
The aspirant reassured Kwarans that when elected he will rejuvenate the culture and value for a physical infrastructural development, educational standardization and repositioning of affordable healthcare system.
He called on the stakeholders of both Moro and ASA to support his governorship ambition comes 2019 in transforming the economic sector of the state thereby improving the standard living of the people.

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