2023: Sen Abdullahi Adamu’s ex-wife joins Nasarawa guber race

Governor Abdullahi A. Sule now has a formidable challenger for the ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as 43-year-old Dr. Fatimah Abdullahi, joins the gubernatorial race for the office of the Governor of Nasarawa State.

The 43-year-old public health expert vows to accord priority to health, education and jobs creation and human capital development if elected as governor in the 2023 general elections.

Dr. Fatima, a former wife of Senator Abdullahi Adamu, hails from Doma Local Government Area of the state.

With over 12- years experience driving service delivery interventions across different programmes, she holds medical degree (MBBS) with background in Community Medicine, Masters’ in Public Health from the Usmanu Danfodio University (UDUS), University of Leeds, United Kingdom and a Masters’ in Health Economics from Bayero University, Kano (BUK).

Other priority of her administration when in office would be driving economic growth with focus on agriculture, housing, and solid mineral resources development in the state.

“Our policy will focus on diversifying the economy while boosting the production capacity in the agricultural sector by adopting new farming technologies such as improved seeds, cross breeding, insecticides and fertilizers among others, thereby achieving economy of scale.

“My administration will encourage the use of mechanized farming system to boost agricultural production for export in order to increase revenue earnings.

“Doing this will mean that farm produce can be used as raw materials for industrial production in line with our economic and revenue diversification scheme,” Dr. Fatimah, said.

She assured people of the state of a responsive and all-inclusive administration that would better their lives and give all a sense of belonging in the running of state’s affairs if elected.

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