My first priority is education if elected Governor of Bauchi State —Mato

By Baba Shehu Oscu, Bauchi

The gubernatorial candidate of the United Progressive Party (UPP) Alhaji Musa Mato has said if elected Bauchi State Governor in the forthcoming March 2, gubernatorial election, he would address the decay in the education sector of the state.

He also said he would make a difference by being fair and just to all.

Mato stated this in Bauchi while answering questions from our reporter after he returned from campaign of Bauchi North Senatorial zone of the state.

According to him, the education sector was neglected by the past and present administrations due to lack of proper provision of learning and infrastructure and vowed to reposition the sector if elected as governor.

The UPP candidate accused the government of neglecting basic needs of its people especially in the area of education, health care, construction of road networks, agriculture instead give priority attention to what will benefit them directly or their cohorts at the expense of the people of the state due to lack of fear of Allah and pledge to rescue the situation he became a governor in 2019.

Mato advised the electorate in Bauchi State to shun money politics, look at their future and the future of their children and grandchildren and elect a credible leader that has a fear of Allah that can carry out the work that will develop the state.

He expressed optimism that his party will win the election because of the good vision and mission he has for the state and his commitment to educate the people as part of his manifesto.

“I just returned from Bauchi North Senatorial District.  I met the electorates and other stakeholders. We discussed a lot over our manifesto. They understood us and insha Allahu we will win the election,” Mato pointed out.


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