Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso of Kano State has enjoined Nigerians to work together to kick PDP out of power in 2015.
Kwankwaso pointed out that more governors will soon leave the party as it has lost credibility and potency to take Nigeria to the Promised Land.
He said Nigerians are yearning for change in every facet of life and the time for it has come.
Kwankwaso who spoke when a delegation of former CPC members from Kano, led by Brigadier General (Rtd.) Lawal Jafaru Isa, paid him a solidarity visit at the Government House, Kano, argued that every sensible Nigerian knows that the country needs change of leadership in view of prevailing circumstances.
In the meantime, State Commissioner for Planning and Budget, Alhaji Yusuf Danbatta, has said over 700 inherited projects left by previous administrations in Kano state have been slated for completion in the 2014 fiscal year budget.
According to him, the sum of N4.9b was earmarked for the Independent Power Project (IPP) in a joint project arrangement between the state and local governments.
Addressing reporters on 2014 budget breakdown over the weekend, Danbatta explained that the sum of N5.9b was set aside for the completion of metropolitan projects.
He also explained that the famous Malaria programme was allocated the sum of N1.2b so as to ensure that the state government achieve a great success in the project.