The member representing Kaduna central in the National Assembly, Sani Uba has stated that Nigerians and Kaduna residents are free to hold him responsible if the state governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai does not utilize the $350 million loan it got from the World bank judiciously.
Speaking with journalists in Abuja on Monday, Uba, who chairs the Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and other Financial Institutions, further said the governor has what it takes to rework the state.
“I am very certain and confident that the Governor will fulfil all that he has told the World Bank, the good people of Kaduna State and the National Assembly, that Kaduna State Government will do with the loan.
“I even insist that I, Senator Uba Sani be held liable if the Governor fails or disappoints. But of course, I know Mallam Nasir El Rufai will never fail the people of Kaduna State. I am extremely happy and proud of the role some of us played in securing this loan for Kaduna State.
“Like most Nigerians are already well aware, Mallam Nasir El Rufai has totally reworked Kaduna State. The State now boasts of top-notch infrastructures. This loan, once accessed, will enhance the efforts of the Governor in the on-going upgrade of infrastructures in the State. With the approval of the National Assembly for the loan from the World Bank, better times are coming for Kaduna State.”