El-Rufai Aide to Relocate Office for Consultation with People of Southern Kaduna

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By: Joy Odor/Kaduna

The Special Assistant to Governor Nasir El-Rifai on Stakeholders, Honorable John Bonet had said that he will relocate his office from Sir Kashim Ibrahim House Kaduna to Kafanchan to enable him engage stakeholders, women and youths aimed on sensitizing them on the activities of Mallam El-Rufai’s policies.

Addressing newsmen in Kafanchan Local Government Council of Southern Kaduna on Monday, Mr. Bonet was of the opinion that Government policies has been misunderstood due to lack of access to information concerning government activities by the Southern Kaduna and promised to continue to engage the people on the issues.

“Relocating my office back to Kafanchan will enable me explain the good policies of Government to the people. We understand that some of the policies are not for immediate gains but for our future generations, we pray we’ll understand each other.

“We find it necessary to move out of Government House to engage the people seriously. One of the issues that draw controversies is the sacking of Primary teachers which this Government has agreed to address, most Governors want to sanitize the system but they don’t have the political will to do it.

“So many things are wrong, virtually all the system. It is our duty to sanitize it for the benefit of our future generations yet on born. We understand the plight of the masses but we cannot continue like this. I believe the Government of Mallam Nasir el-Rufai will look for an alternative means of easing the predicaments of the sacked workers.

Responding, some of the groups appealed to Mr. Bonet to communicate to his Mallam El-Rufai, to operate an all-inclusive government that will be in tandem with the yearning of the people.

According to them, bridges must be built to cement all differences that tend to collapse the Kaduna State.

They lamented that security challenges in their region must be addressed with all sincerity from the State Government, adding that they have suffered a lot of bloodshed in their land.

“The Governor must work hard toward reuniting the warring members of the party with a view of moving the party forward and ensuring victory in 2019.

“Your visit is welcome, we feel government presence in our midst with high hope that things will get better” he concluded.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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