From Abdulrazaq Mungadi, gombe

Gombe State Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya received an unusual welcome in the Dogoruwa community of the state’s Kaltungo Local Government Area (LGA) when some youngsters climbed and sat on a power pole to draw attention to the lack of electricity in the community, while seeking intervention from the state government.

In an interview with some of the youth, the Daily Sun reported that Dogoruwa and its surrounding communities have been left without power as a result of a fault developed by the only transformer in the area.

Governor Yahaya was in the Doguwa community on Saturday as he intensifies campaigns for his re-election and the success of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2023 general election. The governor has been touring the corners of Gombe State soliciting votes. for the APC presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and all other party candidates in the state.

Speaking in Dogonruwa shortly after the youth exhibition, Governor Yahaya engaged on issues of concern including energy and water shortages. He promised to drill wells in every voting unit to alleviate water suffering and bring socioeconomic prosperity to the community and state.

He also assured that support for agricultural activity, which is the livelihood of the residents of the area, will be maintained. He assured that the necessary inputs to increase the yield and profitability of farmers will be provided by his administration.

Governor Yahaya’s campaign team also addressed Bakassi, Balansame and Dassa Mai Buzu in Balanga LGA, where the Governor assured residents that voting for their APC at all levels will ensure continuity in the provision of social services in the communities. and beyond.

According to him, APC has a team of capable and professional candidates who are ready to deliver the democracy dividends, as he called on registered voters in the areas to collect and prepare their Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) to fight against politicians. they are very determined to get your vote and then rip you off.

Governor Yahaya also sued for peace by instructing politicians and candidates seeking elective office to play the politics of decorum and understanding throughout the electoral period.

He said: “At this very critical time in our political journey as a nation, let us all be mindful of our unity, let us not do anything that undermines our peace, unity and understanding. Let’s make politics of understanding, good ideology; progressive not regressive politics.