BY, AMOS EBUTE MATHEW, Kaduna
Kaduna State Governor, Senator Uba Sani has reiterated the commitment of his administration to carry all along regardless of party or religious affiliation, adding that he will do whatever it takes to unite Kaduna people.
The Governor made it known when he attended the Kaduna Unity Carol of nine lessons organized by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Kaduna State chapter at the ECWA English Service church, Sabo in Chikun local government area.
Governor Uba Sani in his address to the multitude of crowd who attended the Carol service also declared that the era of Muslim and Christian dichotomy in the state is over.
He also declared that the era of constructing roads in some parts of the state and abandoning other area is also going to be a thing of the past, stressing that he will do whatever it takes to unite Kaduna people and ensure that dividends of democracy is felt by all.
” I have honoured this invitation today because when I was growing up, my father use to take me to every Christmas Carol and beside as a Governor , am a Governor for all both the Christians and Muslims.
” In the next few days, I will be flagging off road construction in zone 3 like we already did in zone 1 and will also be followed in zone 2 subsequently, every part of the state must be carried along in development.
” In my oath taking, I promised to.be fair and just to all and I will do whatever it takes to uphold it because only fairness and equity can bring about peace and development”
The Governor commended the Christian body for the reception accorded him and solicited prayers for the unity of the state.
Earlier,Kaduna State CAN Chairman, Rev. John Joseph Hayab told the congregation that unlike what was experienced before, Governor Uba has indeed shown that he is Governor of all and will be fair and just to all.
He urged Christians to continue to pray for the success of this government and be obedient to it’s authority always as instructed by the scriptures.
In his message tagged; Essence of Christmas, Rev. Joseph Dantata urged Christians to always reflect on the season and show love which the birth of Jesus represents.