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2023: Ex-governor Yari vows APC’ll sweep all posts in Zamfara

Mr Yari said Zamfara would deliver the highest number of votes for the APC’s Bola Tinubu.

• November 18, 2022
Former governor of Zamfara State, Abdul’aziz Yari

Former Zamfara governor Abdul’Aziz Yari says that the All Progressives Congress (APC) will win all positions in the 2023 elections in the state.

Mr Yari’s remark is contained in a statement issued in Gusau on Friday by Yusuf Idris, the State APC publicity Secretary.

Mr Yari spoke at Talata Mafara, Talata Mafara LGA while meeting with the party’s stakeholders from Bakura, Maradun and Talata Mafara LGAs.

The former governor said that the stability of APC in Zamfara remained sacrosanct.

“Although there were some challenges that threatened the corporate existence of the party in the past, but that one is normal in politics.

“Such divisive path will not be towed in the future existence of the party, because the leaders have put their heads together and brought the party to order.

“With the recent reconciliation drive in the party which led to coming together of the party leaders, Zamfara is focusing to promote lives of citizens in the state,” Mr Yari said.

He said that the APC-led administration was giving attention to improving lives of communities through the provision of basic amenities such as water, electricity, access roads, healthcare and basic education, among others.

“The APC-led administration under Gov. Bello Matawalle has curbed thuggery as youth in the state were now engaged in positive ventures to improve their livelihoods.

“The APC is now strongly mobilised to ensure that all candidates seeking various elective positions from the president to councillors are voted for and sworn into office,” he added.

The former governor urged people of the state especially members of the APC to remain law abiding, embrace peace and high standards of discipline.

He promised that Zamfara would deliver the highest number of votes for the presidential candidate Bola Tinubu and his running mate Kashim Shettima.

State Chairman of the party, Tukur Danfulani, commended the efforts of Mr Yari and assured that members of the party would work towards winning the elections in the state.

A former Chairman of APC in the state, Lawal Liman, thanked all the stakeholders for remaining steadfast to the progress of the party.

Mr Liman urged them to sustain their support towards ensuring the success of the party.

(NAN)

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