Senate President, Bukola Saraki has stated the individuals of Kwara will resist plans to “annex’’ the state to the South West Zone utilizing the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its candidates within the forthcoming basic elections.
NAN studies that Saraki spoke on Tuesday at Bode Saadu, headquarters of Moro Native Authorities Space, on the official flag-off of the marketing campaign of the Peoples Democratic Get together (PDP).
“This election will not be about me or our governorship candidate, Razak Atunwa. It’s about this state, our custom. Time will inform about no matter we do right this moment.
“We return to PDP as a result of we want a authorities that can look after our individuals, give jobs to our individuals,’’ he stated.
He appealed to the individuals of the state, notably the voters, to disregard any variations they could have with all of the candidates of the social gathering and vote massively for PDP through the basic elections.
Talking in the identical vein, the Director-Normal of the PDP Marketing campaign Council in Kwara, Prof. Abubakar Suleiman, urged the social gathering trustworthy to vote for PDP.
In line with him, the approaching basic elections could be between the indigenes of Kwara and non-indigenes.
“Kwara belongs to the North, we is not going to enable Kwara to be taken away from us to the West.
“Our chief is Dr Bukola Saraki, our president is Abubakar Atiku, our incoming governor is Atunwa,’’ he stated.
Additionally talking, Gov. Abdufatah Ahmed of Kwara stated the flag-off marketing campaign would usher in one other PDP authorities within the state and Nigeria.
“You can all see hunger, poverty in the last three years of APC government. We want to bring in PDP to change the narrative. We shall usher in PDP government in Nigeria and Kwara,” he stated.
In his remarks, the PDP governorship candidate, Abdulrazak Atunwa, promised to run “a authorities that will give attention to the welfare of the individuals.
“Our government shall provide jobs for the people. Women will also be empowered.”