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Good Governance, Doggedness earns Gov. Mohammed’s  Re-election, Chairman PGF – KAN

Good Governance, Doggedness earns Gov. Mohammed’s  Re-election, Chairman PGF – KAN
By Ahmed Ahmed
Gov KANA Political group under the auspices  of Kaura Ambassadors Network (KAN) in Bauchi has described the re-election of Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State and his emergence as the Chairman People Democratic Party Governors Forum (PGF) as a reward for his doggedness and as well providing good governance to his people.
Barr. Muslim Maigari Director General of the Network stated this in a Congratulatory statement made available to Journalists on Tuesday in Bauchi.
He stated that the citizens of Bauchi state had made the right choice in re-electing gov Mohammed for a second term in office to continue delivering good governance. 
According to him, Bala Mohammed’s sterling performance has convinced the people of the state to reject other candidates and vote him for a second term in office.
“The Network wants to congratulate you once again and the people of Bauchi State for re-electing you for a second and final term of office and your emergence as the Chairman PDP governors forum.
“You have deserved it, you have earned it and by the grace of God, I am sure the people of Bauchi State will not regret it.
“That shows the positive impacts of your administration had been recognised through various awards,” he said.
The Director General said Gov Mohammed emergence as the Chairman PGF and Gov Siminalayi Fubara of Rivers State as a Vice Chairman speaks volumes that you have more to do for the country.
Barr Maigari expressed confidence that Governors Mohammed and Fubara would use their positions to bring unity, sustainable growth and development to the party and country at large.
He said the emergence of the new leaders of the Forum was well-deserved considering their antecedents and leadership pedigree.
Maigari however urged the two leaders to work assiduously towards rebuilding the party at all levels and to provide Nigerians with a viable alternative.

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