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KATSINA: No party like APC since Independence, says Masari

GOVERNOR Aminu Masari has said that no party has impacted the lives of “ordinary Nigerians” positively through social intervention programmes in the country’s 61-year existence as an independent nation as the ruling All Progressives Congress.

Masari expressed hope that based on the sterling performance of the APC, particularly in its social intervention programmes, the ruling party would do well in 2023 general election.

The governor said this while featuring in an interview on Channels TV yesterday.

He said, “No government, no political party since the independence in Nigeria has brought about social interventions like the APC government. Billions of naira have been paid to ordinary people,”

The Katsina State governor also said the presidency should go to the South in 2023 in the interest of fairness.

He said, “With regard to zoning, fair is fair. If you ask me, I will, as a person think that we should move the presidency to the southern part of the country.”

The governor spoke barely 24 hours after a committee set up by the opposition Peoples Democratic Party recommended the scrapping of zoning.

But Masari, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, when asked which part of the South should produce the next President, responded, “South is south”.

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