Zamfara state governorship candidate on the platform of the National Rescue Movement (NRM), Senator Sa’idu Muhammad Dansadau said he will provide employment for every graduate indigene of Zamfara in the event he wins election.
Dansadau who made the disclosure during the flag-off of his party’s presidential campaign in the state capital Gusau, said youth employment remains a worrying challenge and a threat to the future economic and social prospects of the state.
The governorship hopeful who played a leading role in mobilizing the federal government intervention for the ongoing fight against the scourge of banditry in the state, gave assurance that when he succeeds as governor, “I will squarely address the security challenge facing the state for many years,” he stressed.
The Senator, who is a large scale farmer in the state, opined that agriculture as the largest employer of labour, will be a major focus of his government as a handy potential for engaging youths in various agro-allied occupation.
He expressed the confidence that though his party (NRM) came years later after the PDP and the governing APC, “I still draw my inspiration from the goodwill and the teeming support my party continues to attract right from its inception,” he emphasized.
Dansadau, who stomed the state capital in a convoy he led from Abuja, flagged off the campaign at the Gusau Air Strip where the party pulled thousands of supporters.
From Abba Kabara, Gusau