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[Sponsored] Hon. Cafra B. Caino Pledges To Make Kajuru LG investment Friendly If Elected


The flag bearer of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Hon. Cafra A. B Caino has reiterated readiness to make Kajuru Local Government a business hub for investors if elected at the May 12 local government Councils elections.


The Chairmanship hopeful disclosed this while fielding questions from a group of Journalists on Friday at the official flag-off campaign of the APC mega rally in Kaduna State.


According to him, “Kajuru LG is one of the least in Kaduna and is faced with myriads of challenges, if I emerged I will ensure Kajuru become the life wire of business in Kaduna State.


“Investors will come and invest heavily in Kajuru to change the mis-fortunes of the local government,” he said.


He reintegrated that, there will be no waste of allocation before one or two project is executed. “We’ll make sure we boost the economic system and welfare of our people.”


“I was the youngest board member in Kaduna State before now, my experienced as a board member in Kaduna State Markets Development and  Management Company has opened my eyes to lots of opportunities which I will harness for the betterment of Kajuru local government,” Cafra added.


He maintained that, “Kasuwan Magani market is the heart beat of Kajuru local government and we will put modalities that will widen the business opportunities for our people.


“Kajuru does not have a bank, I want to bring a bank in my very first year, that is what our people have been crying for. Its has been a major bane of development.


He also, noted that, “skills acquisition program will be prioritized and provide farmers with modern technics and training that will boost the economy system of Kajuru.


“We will encourage all season farming through our Dams which we’ll make sure functions to its full capacity,” he declared.


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