The Senate President, Senator Ahmad Lawan says he has no need to campaign in Katsina State because it is his second home.
Lawan stated this during a meeting with stakeholders and All Progressives Congress (APC) party delegates in Katsina on Thursday.
Lawan was in Katsina to solicit support of APC delegates during the party’s primaries slated for Abuja.
He said that Governor Aminu Masari was his leader and mentor when they were in the House of Representatives between 1999 and 2007.
“I am only here to show my face and greet you people, there is no need for me to campaign in my place,” he added.
Lawan pledged that, if elected as President of Federal Republic of Nigeria, he would carry everybody along, revisit the issue of insecurity in the country and ensure that Boko Haram and insurgency is brought to an end.
He also promised that every Nigerian child, whether from poor or rich background, would get quality education and access to good medical care.
Lawan pledged to ensure that youths were gainfully employed, stressing that unemployment is one the causes of the insecurity bedevilling the country.
Responding, Governor Masari described Lawan as a solid and dependable person.
Masari said: “We were together with Ahmad Lawan in the House of Representatives from 1999 to 2007, where I was the Speaker of the House.
“From then, it’s now 23 years that I’ve known him. We have been relating very fine. I can tell you he is straightforward, solid and dependable.
“The people of Katsina state will do what is expected.”