Niger APC Delegates are free to vote for their choice,Gov Sani Bello tells Presidential Aspirant

Niger state Governor ,Abubakar Sani Bello has told a presidential aspirant of the All Progressives Congress APC,Mr Tein Jack-Rich that Niger State delegates will be allowed to vote for whoever they desire to become the presidential flag bearer of the party.

 

The Governor stated this when he received the Presidential aspirant who was in the state to canvas support from delegates at the Government House, Minna.

 

He said the delegates will make their decisions without interference on who to vote for during the primary election.

 

Earlier, Mr Jack-Rich expressed his readiness to make Niger State the economic hub of North Central Geopolitical Zone when voted for.

 

The Presidential aspirant said he intend to activate the potentials in the state especially agriculture to boost economic activities in the state and make it self-reliant.

 

The business tycoon said Niger State occupied a strategic position in the country, as such he will ensure that he transform the state’s abundant potentials to wealth.

 

“Niger State is a great state and while looking at my economic model I discovered that i will be unfair to myself and my nation if I don’t plot Niger state in my economic map”, he said.

 

The presidential aspirant said he will transform Niger State Agricultural sector as well as construct ports at Jebba and Baro after dredging of the River Niger.

 

According to him, he has the smartness and global connection to fix Nigeria’s economy and deploy technology to end insecurity in the nation.

 

He said he will give priority to women and youths by creating job opportunities in each of the local governments in the country.

 

According to him, “the vision to pursue the office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was borne out of my strong love for this great country and the enormous amount of wealth that Nigeria”.

 

Mr Jack-Rich appealed to Niger State delegates to support him to build a better Niger State and Nigeria together.

 

 

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