From. Sadiq abubakar Maiduguri

A group of concerned citizens from the southern Borno under the aegis of “Yelwa Economic Society ” has expressed their displeasures over the recent development in the state chapter of the People’s Democratic Party ( PDP )


The group at a press briefing with newsmen Wednesday yesterday particularly lamented on the substitution of the party’s governorship candidate Alhaji Gambo Lawan with Alhaji Mohammed Imam after what it described as credible and duly election.

The chairman of the union ,Alhaji Kachallah Bulama and the secretary , Haruna Wandio said the political Development in the state is worrisome and capable of putting the future of the state and it’s citizenry into jeopardy .

They said , although they are not card carrying members of any political party as stakeholders, they have interest at who the ruling party (APC) and the opposition party (PDP) is fielding as their flag bearer respectively .

They regretted how a former governor of the state Senator Ali Modu imposed his choice candidate Mohammed Imam on the people when they believe is not fit to lead the state at this critical time to replaced Alhaji Gambo Lawan who was duly elected as the PDP torch bearer for the next governorship election in the state.

The Yelwa Economic Society alleged that it was the same former governor that denied his choice candidate his daughter for marriage on the basis of immorality and wandered why today he is presenting him as the suitable candidate to govern the state with over three million people .

Alhaji Kachallah said they will not fold their arms and allow an individual to sacrifice the future of the state just for his personal interest stressing that Borno is greater than any individual and take any legal step to safe guide the state.

Source: Sadiq abubakar Maiduguri


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