Bauchi special adviser assures of APC victory at all levels
By Baba Shehu Oscu, Bauchi
A prominent politician and Special Adviser to Governor Mohammed Abubakar of Bauchi State on Special Duties, , has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) will capture all seats in the state in next month’s general elections.
The adviser who inherited politics from his late father, the Magajingari of Bauchi Alhaji Garba Aminu, charged all APC candidates in the state not to panic over the so called recent alliance of some selfish and retrogressive candidates of minor six political parties in the state out of over 70 registered political parties.
He urged them to prepare their victory dance steps after elections as they will all coast home to victory after the contest.
Nasiru said the coalition under the aegis of “Political Stakeholders United Against Governor MA Abubakar of Bauchi State” will not work as the governor has undiluted backing of overwhelming majority of the electorate across the 20 local government area in state, due to his sterling performance in office.
In an interview with Apex News in Bauchi, Aminu said re-electing Governor Abubakar will enable the state enjoy more dividend of democracy, explaining that the support was based on the governor’s numerous achievements in the last three and half years.
According to him, the achievements are in the areas of security, agriculture, education, road network, health care delivery, provision of portable water for both animal and human consumption, sports and youth development, economy and rural electrification among others.
He added that Governor Abubakari’s laudable projects have direct bearing on the lives of the people across the state.
The adviser, however, emphasized the need for all eligible voters to collect their voter cards ahead of the election, stressing that card is the only weapon with which one can partake in a political warfare.
He further advised youths not to allow themselves to be used by the politicians as thugs to unleash violence and disrupt the forthcoming elections.