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2023: Mustapha Lamido Declares Interest in Jigawa Governorship Race

by Isiyaku Ahmed
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Muhammad Garba

Alhaji Mustapha Sule Lamido the son of former Jigawa state governor Alhaji Sule Lamido has declared his interest to contest for People Democratic Party for the 2023 general election.

Among all the politicians across all the political parties in the state, the 39 years old Mustapha is the first person to publicly and officially announced his ambition to contest for Jigawa state governorship in the forthcoming 2023 general election.

Speaking to newsmen shortly after his official declaration held at his residence in Dutse capital, Mustapha said, he wants to contest the governorship to contribute his quoter in rescuing the Jigawa state from its current economic and social quagmire

He said, everybody bears witness that things are not going in the right direction in Jigawa state, and there is an urgent need for patriotic people to make a sacrifice for emancipating the state, which he is offering himself.

Mustapha who is the son of Jigawa strong man and also one of the PDP founding fathers, Alhaji Sule Lamido, maintained that, if he wins the election, he will operate an all-inclusive government that will be built upon consensus, consultation, listening to suggestions, and good ideas in line with PDP philosophy.

The gubernatorial aspirant then solicited the support of all PDP members in the state to actualize his ambition of becoming the party gubernatorial flag bearer for the 2023 general election.

He, however, told the thousands of his supporters and PDP members who gathered to witness the formal declaration that, he is ready for consensus and will remain an obedient party member at all levels, at all times.

It could be recalled that the forum of former local government chairmen from 2007 to 2011 in Jigawa state had on January this year endorsed Mustapha Lamido for the PDP gubernatorial ticket which generated a lot of debate among the party members and political analysts in the state.

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