Alhaji Ibrahim Balarabe-Abdullahi, the Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly, says Gov. Tanko Al-Makura, will leave the state better than he met it in 2011, when he officially hands over to the incoming administration on May 29.
Balarabe-Abdullahi stated this on Tuesday while speaking with newsmen in Lafia, ahead of May 29 handing over.
He said that the government under Al-Makura has transformed the state and improved on the socio-economic activities and standard of living of the people.
“Al-Makura came on board in 2011, I was not part of the government in 2011, but we were monitoring some of his activities at that time.
“You will remember when Gov. Al-Makura came on board, Nasarawa State particularly the state capital, Lafia, was described as glorified local government headquarters.
“Al-Makura came and changed, transformed the state positively as anybody who knows the state before 2011 will attest to the fact that the state had witnessed transformation.
“May 29 is…