By Ahmed Mahamud Usman, Dutse

The present vice chairman of the ruling party PDP in jigawa state and

chairman of maitamani block industries in Dutse Alhaji Aminu Nuhu

Jahun have revealed to journalist in Jigawa today that governor Lamido will

contest for presidential seat in 2015 assuring that the party in the

state will purchase the ticket for Lamido.

Aminu jahun who expressed his political mind to working journalist in

the state said nobody will stop governor Lamido from contesting

presidential seat because if governor Lamido is elected in 2015, he will

easily transform Nigeria within a short period of time because people

notice that Jonathan government is a corrupt government.

Adding that no amount of threat that will make them glittery and no

amount of pressure that will stop governor Lamido from contesting the

seat of Nigerian president in 2015 adding that even if governor Lamido

will not support the action of purchasing the presidential ticket for

primary between himself and present leader of the country, PDP at the

state level will purchase the ticket for him to contest for primary

with Jonathan.

Because Nigerians have the believed in mind that Lamido transformed Jigawa

within a period of eight years, it will be the same way that he will

transform Nigeria and will easily transform the country by uniting

the Nigerian and create security in the country which we are lacking

Also former chairman of kazaure local government who is also the

special adviser to the governor Sule Lamido, Alhaji sale yahaya taki

said people like Abba Anas who are supporting president Jonathan in

the north are hypocrite ? they are not there to help Jonathan because

they have nobody in their constituency that supports their political view ? they could not help Jonathan

Taki therefore called on governor Lamido to contest for presidential

seat in 2015 because he can deliver. He explained that it is people

like Lamido, Nigeria needs.

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