Masari who was accompanied by his campaign team and supporters to the secretariat of the party, told the state APC executives that his decision to seek the governorship of the state on the platform of the APC was informed by his desire to provide quality leadership that is lacking in the state.
According to him, Katsina State, despite its huge monthly allocations, was lagging behind in education while the “majority of people in the state are wallowing in abject poverty.”
He therefore warned that if urgent steps were not taken to address the ugly situation, the state may face upsurge of criminal activities by the large army of unemployed youth.
He blamed the political leadership of the country for the myriad of problems facing the nation adding “if the political leadership is not doing the right thing then we will continue to face problems.”
He enjoined aspirants to eschew politics of bitterness and witch-hunt saying “it is when we unite and strike with a voice that we will be able to clinch power.”
Masari is among the 10 aspirants that have so far indicated interest to fly the APC flag in the 2015 general elections.
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