Bauchi: Six political parties grouped to defeat Governor Abubakar


Governor Abubakar of Bauchi State
By Baba Shehu Oscu, Bauchi 
Six political parties in Bauchi State have announced their resolve to ensure that the incumbent Governor Muhammad Abubakar was defeated in the forthcoming gubernatorial elections in the state.
The Chairman of the forum, Alhaji Bello Kirfi announced this at a press conference at the NUJ Press Center Bauchi where the Speaker House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara and all the gubernatorial candidates of the affected parties were in attendance.
Alhaji  Kirfi said their decision was due to lack of meaningful infrastructure in the state despite the huge amount received by the governor from the federal government.
Others reasons according to him, include high rate of unemployment and decay in the education sector which resulted to making the state to become number one in all the states of the federation in the rate of out of school children.
He condemned the Abubakar-led administration for its inability to complete even a single project within the last three and the half years of inception.
Alhaji Kirfi who said some patriotic Nigerians had remained in the APC because of the integrity of President Muhammadu Buhari and pledged not to condole any intimidation by security agencies or government officials during elections.
In a remark, the Speaker Dogara lamented that Governor Abubakar had used the state resources to build his political billboards rather than to use it for improving Health and Education sectors.
The Speaker reassured that they would use their positions to contain any form of violence during the conduct of the general elections as according to him, it was planned by the state government.
The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) gubernatorial candidate in the state, Dr. Muhammad Pate who solicited the support of the entire people of the state for the success of the movement, noted that if President Buhari supports the reelection bid of the incumbent Governor, it will affect his victory during the national elections.

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