…Says,CAN will not forget in a hurry his selfless brand of leadership -Hayab
By Our Reporter
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Kaduna State chapter has joined well meaning Nigerians to mourn the demise of Alhaji Abdulkadir Balarabe Musa, the former Governor of Kaduna State.
CAN said his selfless brand of leadership cannot be forgotten in an hurry and that peace loving people of the state will also miss him
In a statement signed by its Chairman, Rev John Joseph Hayab, made available to newsmen on Thursday November 12, 2020.it said
“Accordingly, CAN will not forget in a hurry the selfless brand of leadership that Alhaji Balarabe Musa brought to Kaduna State in 1979.
“He led the state with an open mind, giving numerous opportunities to those who had no chance of going to school, paving ways for the sons and daughters of nobody to become somebody without exploiting them or pitching them against their people,” he said.
The statement recalled that to prove his commitment, his government built many schools that children of the less privileged can go to.
“Besides, late Balarabe Musa established industries to boost the economy thereby opening employment opportunities to citizens.
“Certainly, he was a father, grandfather and supporter of all. Kaduna State has lost a leader, fighter and defender of the people, both in and out of office,” the statement added.
CAN stressed that late Alhaji Balarabe Musa fought for the people both in and out of office.
“While former leaders act as if all was well, he will come out for the sake of the people to condemn bad governance. When former leaders turn away their faces from the pains and sufferings of the masses, Alhaji Balarabe Musa would stick his neck for the masses,” it noted.
CAN said that peace loving people of Kaduna State and Nigerians across the regions will miss Alhaji Balarabe Musa.
“He was indeed a hero from his days’ government to the last minute as a grandfather. May God comfort us all,” the statement emphasized.
CAN therefore, prayed to God to comfort his immediate family, the state and the nation and raise leaders who will care for the people without bias.