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Published On: Mon, Sep 22nd, 2014

New Zamfara PDP chairman vows to ensure unity

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From Ibrahim Sidi Muh’d, Gusau

The newly elected Chairman of the Zamfara State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Hassan Muhammad Nasiha has proclaimed that his priority was to ensure perfect unity among the party members.

Nasiha, who was speaking with newsmen in his Gusau resident hinted that some political groups preparatory to the gubernatorial warming-up, have already thrown up several ambitious candidates, a situation he described as capable of derailing the party’s victory come 2015 in the state.

He assured that the new leadership of the party would embark on settling all perceived differences and disputes that were capable of polluting the  political strategies designed to achieve the primary aims of the PDP especially as the present administration led by APC has thrown the crawling economy of the state into a formidable hell-hole.

He stressed that, “What the PDP needs most is nothing but actions towards rebuilding its pillars, which would politically inculcate the teeming members across the state of becoming one family that would share common strategy to face the forthcoming general elections”.

“It has been on several reports that the PDP in the state is divided into groups enlisting supports for gubernatorial candidates aspiring for tickets, but that should not affect the plans on the table to make the party greater enough to smoke out the ruling APC in the interest of the good people of the state”, Nasiha challenged.

Giving assurance on the victory for the PDP against the party in the state by 2015, the PDP chairman said, his party would no doubt capture the state considering the level of poverty, unemployment and hunger orchestrated by the APC-led administration in the state.

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