BY ISRAEL BULUS, KAFANCHAN
The Senior Special Assistant to the Kaduna State Governor on Political Matters, Mr. Ben Kure has said that the Southern Kaduna region would experience massive roads network in Kafanchan which is perceived to be the headquarters of the region and it help sanitize the political fortunes of the party come 2023.
Kure made the assertion while fielding questions from LEADERSHIP shortly after the APC stakeholders meeting held at Unity Wonderland Hotel in Kafanchan yesterday.
According to him since the returned of Democracy in 1999 no governor has ever thought of dualising the Kafanchan township roads.
He noted that Kafanchan in no distance time is going to experience sanity in terms of roads network and more projects are under way that is also going to touch other local governments Areas.
Chukun and Kajuru which they said is part of Southern Kaduna you will see the beautiful modern Markets that is been built with a quality work, with a hospital, Fire Service and a Police Outpost that worth several millions of naira by this administration,” Kure said.
Adding,” Soon the Kachia Ginger Processing Company Will be revitalize which it will create massive employment for our Youths and the economic activities of the region will be revive, adding these are dividends of democracy that will have direct bearing to the people.
” When all these things comes back to life, security challenges will reduce to the bearest minimum because families, Youths will be having dialogue on the way forward of their Communities.
” We’re achieving all things because of a visionary leader that we’re having who sees ahead of today.
While commenting on the prospects of the APC in Southern Kaduna before 2023, Kure disclosed that because of the ongoing massive projects and the ones coming a lots of PDP Members have started leaving the party already to join the APC.
” We’re currently harvesting the PDP members in their numbers and I am assuring you this is a sober reflection of our people who were perceivedly giving a different opinion as against the reality of what is happening,” Kure concluded.