Sokoto State Governor, Aliyu Wamakko has said President-elect Muhammadu Buhari will unfold the All Progressives Congress master plan on job creation and social security related issues on May 29.
Wamakko disclosed this on Wednesday while addressing supporters of the All Progressives Congress during a thank you visit in Tambuwal, headquarters of Tambuwal Local Government Area of the state.
He said the master plan would also address the security concerns in the country.
The governor, who is also a senator-elect, said that the President-elect would ensure good governance through the implementation of people-oriented programmes designed to meet the expectations and yearnings of Nigerians.
He said Buhari’s presidency would restore the confidence of Nigerians in governance through the implementation of programmes that would enhance the socio-economic and political development of the country.
“We as progressives are in the system to bring about a responsible change in all aspects of governance, ” he said.
Wamakko said Nigeria as a nation was blessed with abundant natural and human resources necessary for effective economic growth and development.
He expressed confidence that Nigeria under Gen. Buhari would achieve greatness and prosperity.
Wamakko, however, called on the people of the area to come out en-masse to cast their votes to all APC candidates in the April 11 elections.
He commended APC supporters for defending their votes during the March 28 Presidential and National Assembly elections and urged them to do the same in the last round of the elections.
Wamakko said that the APC-led administration would continue to initiate policies and programmes aimed at moving the state forward.
“We have done a lot in the areas of health care delivery, education, road construction, agriculture, job creation, among others,” he said, adding that the incoming administration would continue with the laudable programmes.
He also called on party supporters to shun violence and provocation in order to ensure peaceful conduct of the April 11 polls.