It was reported that the Kaduna State Governor-elect, Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, says it will be a wishful thinking for anybody to believe that he will share public fund to individuals or groups in the state after May 29.
He said his administration would not condone the sharing of public funds to anybody in the name of godfather or group, no matter how highly placed.
Rather than doing that, el-Rufai said the state resources would be judiously utilised for the development of the state and the people.
This was just as the governor-elect said that the debt profile of the state would run into N100bn before the May 29 hand over date.
El-Rufai noted that as the administration of the Peoples Democratic Party ended in May, both at the federal and state levels, what both the President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari and himself needed was prayers from Nigerians to succeed.
The former Minister of the FCT added that the government of President Goodluck Jonathan and that of Governor Mukhtar Yero had become so bad that they had to obtain loans to pay salaries.