The 2015 gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressive Congress (A.P.C) and Former Minister of FCT, Mallam Nasiru Ahmed El Rufai has promised to bring big developmental projects in Kaduna State if elected governor of Kaduna State come 2015.
In a press briefing in Abuja after winning the A.P.C gubernatorial primary in the State, he said the opposition party is the party to beat come 2015 due to supports and co-operation of Nigerians. Adding further he said the opposition party is too weak in the state before but now with merger of some opposition party under one umbrella of All Progressive Congress is a clear indication that the party will win 2015 General Election in Nigeria.
El-Rufai expressed worried over the decay of our nation economy said the falling down of our Naira value also contributes to the major challenges into the nation’s economy.
Mallam Nasiru also expressed worries over the huge debts owned by Kaduna State, he assured the people in the State his determination to provide quality service in leadership through the Assembling of a good team that will promote the economy growth of the State.
He commended the party for the good conduct of primaries nationwide which was a success due to credible people that conducted credible free and fair primaries, in the nation. Malam Nasiru also showed confidence over the presidential candidature of General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) for president come 2015 under the Platform of All Progressive Congress (APC); he also called on Nigerians to vote for General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) he said that with a good support of Nigerians Buhari will win the 2015 Presidential election in Nigeria.
He described the All Progressive Congress (APC) as one family that always believed in the rule of law, he also assured Nigerians that the Presidential candidate promised to give their total support and cooperation to the Presidential candidate of the party.
Malam Nasiru encouraged Nigerians to join hand with government to fight corruption in order to move the nation economy forward. El Rufai promised to provide free education in the state if elected governor of the state come 2015.