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Published On: Mon, Oct 20th, 2014

PDP administration is evil and heartless, says Bauchi APC guber

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apc logoFrom Ahmed Kaigama, Bauchi

Gubernatorial aspirant of the opposition All Progressive Congress (APC) in Bauchi state Engr. Nuhu Gidado has described the PDP led administration as evil and heartless to the citizens at all levels of governance.

Engr. Nuhu Gidado stated this yesterday while briefing journalists on his intention to run for the state governorship seat at the NUJ secretariat in Bauchi. He said no effort could qualify Nigeria to say we are in the learning process because of the heartless governance of the ruling party.

He pointed out that its very unfortunate that Nigerians cannot move freely because of the high rate of insecurity in the country while leaders at all levels of government cannot move freely in the society as a result of bad governance.

“At the moment, the horrific, maladministration by our present leadership has made governance of our state yearn for holistic rescue mission as many might have lost hope and many are still weary from the ever growing level of official neglect, corruption with utter impunity which has almost sent Bauchi state into bankruptcy and to the more even scary national deterioration of our homeland security. It is therefore imperative to come together to chart a course that will arrest the current scourge” he said.

Engr Gdado who contested during the 2011 general elections attributed his failure in the election to the activities of some stakeholders from Bauchi North senatorial district who conversed for a consensus candidate.

“My decision to pick up the ticket to battle for the APC ticket is with assured that if I’m voted into power during the next year’s election, i will overhaul the system to provide positive governance,” he said.


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