Criticism needed to strengthen democracy – Gov Sule
Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has reiterated his administration’s openness to constructive criticism, saying it would deepen democracy and good governance.
Sule made this comment on Monday in Keana Native Authorities Space of the State throughout a meet-the-people tour to mark his administration’s second anniversary.
He stated the essence of the tour was to afford him a chance to go to each native authorities to say thanks to the individuals, particularly royal fathers who’ve been supporting him within the final two years and to ask for extra help.
The Governor stated that the suggestions tour was a chance for him to meet face-to-face with people who usually have difficulty seeing him on their very own since he assumed workplace within the final two years.
The Governor stated his administration had welcomed criticism and recommendation on the place it had completed flawed in order to hunt enchancment.
“With the city corridor assembly, it would give people an opportunity to see us on to commend us the place we have now completed proper or criticise us the place we have now completed flawed.
“There’s nothing flawed in telling us why did you do this as a substitute of doing this if there isn’t a criticism and opposition, there isn’t a democracy,” he stated.