President Muhammadu Buhari is to unveil the Kano State Independent Power Project during his two-day visit to the state on January 30 and 31, 2023.
The state Commissioner for Information and spokesman for the Kano State governorship committee, Mohammad Garba, made the disclosure while briefing newsmen on the efforts of the committee towards ensuring victory for the All Progressives Congress in the 2023 elections.
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Also, Garba disclosed that during Buhari’s two-day visit, he would inaugurate projects ranging from a data centre to the Dangote Skills Acquisition Centre, Dala Inland Port, Teacher Reserved Housing Area in Ungogo Local Government areas, 10 Megawatts Independent Power Project, Tiga Dam, and Muhammadu Bridge.
The 10 megawatts IPP would power street lights, Industries, water supply projects, and other critical sectors.
Speaking on the elections, Garba expressed confidence that the APC governorship candidate will record a landslide victory.
Commenting on inconclusive elections, Garba submitted that it was a constitutional issue, adding that the issue of inconclusive elections would be guarded against in the 2023 governorship race, just as he stressed that the APC would guard its votes to avoid resulting in inconclusive elections.