2023: PRP To Unfold 3 Point Agenda On Social Justice, Others. For Kaduna

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    By; KATO P. LFan, Kaduna

    The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) Gubernatorial Candidate for Kaduna State in next year’s elections, Malam Hayattudeen Lawal Makarfi has said that the party will soon unveil its agenda that focuses on Social Justice, Economy and Human Capital Development.

    Announcing this on Tuesday at an interactive session with the Kaduna State Council of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Hayattudeen said the party has carefully selected the three so that they could easily be held accountable.

    The party, he said, decided to exclude security and corruption that have been part of the agenda of past governments which the PRP believed were the fallout of their failures.

    The gubernatorial candidate of PRP, Makarfi assured that the policy document would be sustainable to address the plights of workers and the larger society by among others eliminating injustices, as done during the Late Balarabe Musa era.

    He said the PRP government would move economy of Kaduna State from consumption to production stage so that the bulk of goods and services in the State are produced locally.

    Under human capital development, the gubernatorial candidate promised to ensure guaranteed and sustainable efforts towards skilled based education to make all school leavers at whatever level, from primary to tertiary institutions employable.

    Citing nations like India and China, Hayattudeen said Kaduna has the intellectual capacity to attain that feat.

    While promising people of the state of quality governance, the gubernatorial hopeful called on religious organizations to play the role of uniting Nigerians.

    Earlier, the Chairperson of the State Council of the NLC, Comrade Ayuba Magaji Suleiman said the interaction was in continuation of the engagement of union with party candidates with a view to knowing what each of them has in stock for the workers.

    “NLC would align with any candidate that can convince it of meeting workers expectations,” he said.

    The NLC paid tribute to PRP for an indelible mark in the annals of history in Nigeria for declaring Workers’ Day (May Day) which is a legacy.

    Admitting that most of them were of PRP, the unionists lauded the versatility of the gubernatorial hopeful and wished him well regardless of the financial constraints in the pursuit of his aspiration.

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