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No fewer than thousand delegation of people from Dutsi Local Government Area in Katsina state paid a solidarity visit to Governor Aminu Bello Masari.

Gov. Aminu Masari of Katsina State
Gov. Aminu Masari of Katsina State

Governor Masari expressed his limitless joy over the visit and described the people of Dutsi as wonderful, discipline and above all God fearing.

He said what happened in Dutsi in terms of project was a tip of the iceberg, stressing we would do more with a view to transform the area.

Governor Masari directed the people of the area to itemize their needs in order of priorities for presentation in the State Executive Council with a view to releasing funds for immediate commencement of the projects. Gov Masari also said that Dutsi was his second home and he would not relent in transforming the area and every other part of the state.

Alhaji Mustapha Amasco, the chairman of the privately owned Amasco oil who led the delegation on Friday expressed their unconditional support to the programs and policies of administration of Governor Aminu Bello Masari.

Amasco who could not control his joy over the numerous projects executed by present the administration said their support on the second term bid of Masari was unreserved, unconditional and unwavering.

He noted that the state government has rehabilitated and constructed many schools and roads within Dutsi Local Government Area, adding “the roads linked our communities with the neighbouring state of Jigawa and some parts of Niger republic.

He stressed that the 2019 General Election in Dutsi would be like a walkover as the present government has opened the area through provision of democratic dividends.

The chairman assured the governor that he need not visit the area for electioneering campaign, stressing this was the only time we were recognised as a people.

Director Media and publicity reports that in the delegation included Alhaji Sani Dutsi, the honourable member representing Dutsi constituency in the state house of assembly.

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