PDP, APC Differ On Ganduje’s 100 Days In Office



THE peoples Democratic Party, PDP has described first 100 days of Governor Abdullah Umar Ganduje’s administration as insignificant to celebrate, challenging the government to proved its competence.

Weighing the performance of the government since inauguration, Chieftain of the party Alhaji Bello Baba Shima’u rated the government low , insisting that the government has failed to deliver the change promised in all sectors of the State’s economy.

Responding to the criticism, APC stalwart in Kano, Alhaji Baba Abukakar Umar, challenged the PDP to point at any of its developmental project in Kano in the last 16 years in government, before pointing accusing figures on a party that “has taken time to clear PDP mess”.

Bell said, “when the government came on board, they promised continuation of government, meaning that people should not expect anything new. You can hardly see any different between the past administration and the present. But I can authoritatively tell you that the government has failed in the last 100 days in office.

“Take for instance workers welfare is in shamble. Civil servants no longer collect their salaries until after days into the following month. Go and check our local government areas, no single development project is taking place. The state government has stopped remitting local government allocation to them.

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