Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State says the present administration in the state has restored the culture of public accountability, prudence, transparency, confidence and discipline in its civil service for rapid socio-economic development.
Governor Masari made this known in an interview, in Daura, on Thursday.
He assured the people of the state that his government would also not compromise due process “in both our public and private affairs”.
Masari further assured the people that their welfare and dignity would be enhanced by judicious spending of the little resources at the disposal of the state on meaningful projects.
According to him, education, water supply, road construction, health care delivery and security of lives and property will receive due attention for their benefit.
He said he would continue to resist the temptation of serving selfish interest groups under whatever guise, adding that “we were voted into power to serve the people not our individual families”.
The governor said that in the last two years, his administration had constructed and renovated hundreds of schools, hospitals and roads among other projects across the state. (NAN)