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Published On: Tue, Nov 11th, 2014

‘Enough of PDP misrule in Kaduna’

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PDPsFrom Mohammad Ibrahim, Kaduna

As 2015 general elections draw closer, All Progressives Congress (APC) loyalists in Birnin gwari, Jema’a and Sanga local government areas of Kaduna State, has vowed to vote out the ruling party Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from power come 2015, saying the PDP misrule in the state is enough.

The party chairmen of these local government areas disclosed this in their respective local government areas when they received one of the governorship aspirants on the platform of the APC, Alhaji Salihu Mohammed Lukman, when he visited them to solicit for their support ahead of the party’s December 2nd primaries.

According to them, their reasons to chase out PDP come 2015 is borne out of a desire to effect change that will affect the generality of the populace positively, which he alleged the PDP has failed to do.

While in Jema’a local government area, the party chairman, John Gambo, said they were tired of PDP lies, cheating, and injustice.

According to him, the opposition party will do everything within its powers to defeat ruling PDP in 2015.

“I want to urge you all to go out and get your Permanent Voters Card (PVCs) which will be your weapon to vote out the PDP”, he said.

Also, APC chairmen of Sanga and Birnin gwari local government areas, Inuwa Sambe and Alhaji Abdullahi Jajiri, respectively said voting out the PDP in the 2015 general elections is not negotiable.

They urged their party faithful not to allow themselves to be deceived with money and sell their conscience, but to ensure that the right people are voted into positions of leadership.

In his response, Alhaji Lukman said change begins by ensuring that the right person is given the opportunity to fly the party’s ticket.

He solicited for their support as the primaries approaches, as he assured them that if elected, he will not let them down.

 

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