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Mainasara advocates for education development in Dala LGA

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By: Abubakar Dangambo

 

Abdulrahman Salga, popularly known as Mai Nasara, the esteemed chairman of the PDP House of Representatives Members Aspirants for Dala Local Government Area of Kano State and a leading figure in the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has called for initiatives that will result in the development of youth in the LGA.

Mainasara, made this known in an interview as he shared his inspiring vision for the future of the local government area.

His passion and commitment to the development of Dala are encapsulated in his initiative, PDP ONE FAMILY, aimed at unifying party members and fostering collective progress. Mai Nasara’s strategic plans span across education, technology, sports, business start-ups, export potentials, and almajiri children, reflecting his holistic approach to the region’s growth.

Mai Nasara emphasizes the pivotal role of education in driving societal progress. He proposes the establishment of modern educational institutions equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to provide quality education to every child in Dala. His vision includes not only traditional academic learning but also vocational training to ensure students are well-prepared for the job market.

“Education is the cornerstone of development,” he asserts. “We must invest in our youth to secure a prosperous future for Dala.”

Recognizing the transformative power of technology, Mai Nasara aims to position Dala as a tech hub in Nigeria. He advocates for the integration of technology in education, business, and governance. By establishing technology incubation centers, he envisions nurturing local tech talents and attracting global tech companies to invest in Dala.

“Technology is the future,” he says. “We need to create an environment where innovation thrives, and our youth can compete on a global stage.”

Mai Nasara also sees sports as a vital component of community development and youth engagement. His plans include building sports facilities across Dala and organizing regular sports events to identify and nurture local talents.

“Sports not only promote health but also unity and discipline among our youth,” he explains. “We want to create opportunities for our young athletes to excel and represent Dala on national and international platforms.”

A critical aspect of Mai Nasara’s agenda is the support of almajiri children. He advocates for comprehensive programs that provide these children with education, healthcare, and social services. His plan includes integrating almajiri children into mainstream education and providing vocational training to ensure they have opportunities for a better future.

“Every child deserves a chance to succeed,” he asserts. “We must ensure that almajiri children are not left behind in our development plans.”

Under his leadership, the PDP ONE FAMILY initiative seeks to unite members of the PDP in Dala, fostering a spirit of collaboration and shared purpose.

“Unity is strength,” Mai Nasara emphasizes. “By working together, we can overcome challenges and achieve our common goals for the betterment of Dala.”

Abdulrahman Salga, A.K.A Mai Nasara, is a visionary leader dedicated to transforming Dala Local Government through strategic initiatives in education, technology, sports, business, and social welfare. His comprehensive development plan, coupled with his commitment to unity through PDP ONE FAMILY, positions him as a formidable force in driving progress and prosperity for Dala. As he continues to champion these causes, the future of Dala looks promising under his dynamic leadership.

Dala is a densely populated Local Government Area within Kano city, created in May 1989 from the old Kano Municipal Local Government. It is located in the north-west part of the Kano metropolis, with its headquarters in Gwammaja.

Dala is the largest Local Government Area in Nigeria. Its economy is vibrant, with activities like dyeing, blacksmithing, local bread making, pot making, farming, fishing, and shoe making.

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