The member representing Birnin kudu and Buji Federal constituency and Chairman house committee on power Hon Magaji Da’u Aliyu and four other serving members retained APC tickets as Hon Gudaji and five others lost.
The winners and losers emerged during the All-Progressive Congress (APC) primary election for the seat of the National House of assembly held on Friday at eleven federal constituencies in Jigawa state
Hon Magaji Dan Aliyu retained his APC ticket by scoring 87 votes against his opponent Hon Nasidi Ali who scored 17 votes
A report from Birninkudu revealed that the effort by Hon Nasidi to frustrate the conduct of the exercise was unsuccessful as security and other stakeholders resisted all temptation to disrupt the election.
Other serving members who retained their tickets during the election are Hon Makki Abubakar Yenleman representing, Malam Madori/Kaugama Constituency, Hon. Ibrahim Abdullahi Kemba Dutse/Kiyawa Federal Constituency, and Hon. Nazifi Sani representing Gumel/ Maigatari/Gagarawa/Sule Tankarkar Federal Constituency.
Also Hon. Yusuf Sa’idu Miga Jahun/Miga Federal Constituency and Hon. Abubakar Hassan Fulata Birniwa/Guri/ Kiri – Kasamma Federal Constituency retains his ticket while Hadejia/Auyo/Kafin Hausa Federal Constituency was declared Inconclusive.
The serving Rep members who lost their party tickets included Hon Shitu Galbi representing Gwaram Federal Constituency as Hon Isah Idris clinched the ticket, Hon Ado Sani Kiri Ringim/Taura Federal Constituency defeated by Hon. Sa’ad Wada Taura and Hon Muhammad Musa Fagen Gawo of Babura/ Garki Federal Constituency lost to Hon. Aminu Kanta Babura
The popular Jigawa federal lawmaker Hon Muhammad Gudaji Kazaure representing Kazaure/Yankwashi/Gwiwa/Roni Federal Constituency equally lost his bid to retain the APC ticket as he was defeated by Hon. Muktar Muhammed Zanna during the primary election.