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Published On: Wed, Jan 7th, 2015

Jonathan shouldn’t be deceived on 25% votes

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Jonathan sadFrom Ibrahim Sidi Muh’d, Gusau

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Zamfara State has advised President Goodluck Jonathan not to allow political zombies to continue deceiving him that they would secure 25% votes for his bid for continuity, as the party inaugurated local government council’s campaign committees ahead of forthcoming elections in the state.

Speaking in Tsafe local government area yesterday during the formal inauguration of the campaign committee, the Director General for Governor Yari re election bid, former minister of state for information, Aliyu Ikra Bilbis asserted that, PDP will never score votes as people across the nation were desperately yearning for change.

“Time has gone far enough for a common man to understand why he must not continue living under formidable insecurity, the situation which appeared too big for the Jonathan’s administration to control.

“It is pity for a common man to be abandoned by the concerned leaders at the center especially when he found himself being chased by the groups of insurgents, armed robbers and kidnappers.

He maintained that even at the state level, Governor Yari’s administration has the electorate at heart, adding that it was the only administration that provides fertilizer at the cost of N1000 per bag ever in the state.

Ikira Bilbis further revealed that youth’s empowerment has received a boost as no fewer than 50,000 unemployed persons have eventually become owners of buses, motorcycles and tricycles gesture across the fourteen local government councils of the state.

In his remarks, an APC chieftain, Alhaji Nabature Nahuce further disclosed that even with the removal of Arabic inscription off the new N100 note, Jonathan has lost the common man’s votes from across the entire states of the north.

 

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