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I Vowed to End APC Era in Jigawa, Says Ex-Deputy Governor

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Muhammad Garba

The former Jigawa state Deputy Governor Ahmad Mahmud has vowed to end All Progressive Congress (APC) era in Jigawa state as he completed all necessary plans to cripple its structure in the state.

The ex-deputy governor stated this while speaking to journalists shortly after he formally decamped to PDP from APC.

He said, in two weeks’ time Tsunami will hit APC in the state and push it to the grave so that it will not resurrect and resurface in the Jigawa state corridor of power.

“I have already talked to my political allies and other good people of Jigawa state in APC, all have accepted to dump the party and join PDP for salvaging our dear state”.

“In the last eight years APC has destroyed all the foundation of peace and progress Jigawa state was built on and drafted it to the path of total collapse.

“APC and its clueless leaders had deceived me and other people of the state with empty promises, today everyone has got to know APC is just a collection of unpatriotic, greedy, and self-centered people, therefore no one will trust them again.

“My stay in the All Progressive Congress APC was full of pains and agony, whenever I saw how my dear state was deteriorating as a result of poor policies and bad governance I use to shade tears” Mahmud declared

He however promised to join hands with other PDP members and good people of the state to ensure the party comes back to the Jigawa government house in 2023.

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