- Governor Bala Mohammed has promised to perform better than his predecessors in the state
- The governor said he will work tirelessly to ensure he performs better than his predecessors
- According to Bala Mohammed, his administration in Bauchi state is committed to leaving landmark legacies despite inheriting numerous challenges
The incumbent governor of Bauchi state, Bala Mohammed, has promised to serve the people of the state to the fullest.
The governor said he will work tirelessly to ensure he performs better than his predecessors.
Speaking while receiving officials of the State Council of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) during a courtesy visit at the Government House in Bauchi, the governor reassured the people of Bauchi that his administration would give them equal opportunity without religious or political consideration.
Mohammed in a statement by his special assistant on media, Muktar Gidado, the present administration in Bauchi state is committed to leaving landmark legacies despite inheriting numerous challenges.
He also urged the Christian community to use the Christmas celebration for sober reflection and expressed gratitude to them for their massive support to him during the last election.
In his response, the Bauchi state's chairman of CAN, Reverend Joshua Maina, assured the governor of their total support through prayers for the success of his administration.
Maina also thanked the governor for sponsoring 110 Christians to participate in the 2019 pilgrimage.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the speaker of the Bauchi state House of Assembly, Abubakar Suleiman, has said that the process of budget padding is legal in Nigeria.
Suleiman while presenting the 2020 appropriation bill to Governor Bala for assent said that while the House was working on the proposed budget presented by the governor, some amounts were moved to other sectors.
According to Suleiman, budget padding helps ensure fairness and equity to all.
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