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Ex-Jigawa deputy gov vows to end APC’s northern reign

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A former Jigawa Deputy Governor, Ahmad Mahmud, has expressed dissatisfaction with the activities of the All Progressive Congress and has vowed to end the reign the party has in the state.

The ex-deputy governor made this declaration while responding to a statement made by the Governor of Jigawa State, Mohammed Badaru, which he made during a political rally, that he (Mahmud) was not reliable, and that the APC will send the opposition PDP to its early grave in 2023.

Mahmud who recently dumped the APC for the Peoples Democratic Party, vowed to put an end to the administration of the ruling party’s era in the state, The Nigerian Tribune reported.

He said, “I want to assure you that tsunami will hit the ruling APC, saying, I have already contacted my political allies and other good people of Jigawa state in APC, all have accepted to dump the party and join PDP in order to salvage our dear state.”

He also promised to join hands with other PDP members and good people of the state to ensure the party (PDP) bounces back to power in 2023.

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