Nasarawa speaker declares he will deliver 90% votes for Buhari in his constituency

Nasarawa speaker declares he will deliver 90% votes for Buhari in his constituency

- President Buhari has been promised 90% votes by the speaker of Nasarawa state House of Assembly

- Balarabe-Abdullahi called on the people of his constituency to collect their permanent voters cards so as to vote for Buhari and other APC members in the coming elections

- According to the speaker, the first phase of his campaign was devoted to meeting constituents at their various ward levels

The speaker of Nasarawa state House of Assembly, Alhaji Ibrahim Balarabe-Abdullahi, has promised to deliver 90% votes for President Muhammadu Buhari and other candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the forthcoming general elections.

He gave the assurance in his home town of Umaisha, Toto local government area, while addressing newsmen at the commencement of his second round of campaign tagged “Meet the Electorate One on One’’, on Sunday, January 20, NAN reports.

Legit.ng gathers that the speaker also promised to deliver same 90% votes for Abdullahi Sule, the state All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate.

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Balarabe-Abdullahi who represents Umaisha/Ugya on the ticket of the APC, also called on those yet to collect their permanent voters cards to do so, to be able to exercise their rights during the 2019 elections.

He said: “I want to appeal to the people of my constituency and the state at large to use this last segment of distribution of PVCs by INEC to collect their voter’s cards to enable them vote massively for President Buhari and other APC candidates.

“I have told my people categorically that this is the time we should face the reality because for us to get more government presence, we must be part of the government

Hence the need for us to vote massively for President Buhari and all other APC candidates which is the winning team.

“I want to call on my constituents and Nigerians to vote massively for President Buhari, Abdullahi Sule, the Nasarawa State APC Governorship candidate, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu, Mr Abdulmumuni Ari for House of Representatives and all other APC candidates during the 2019 general elections."

Balarabe-Abdullahi also said that his campaign was segmented into three phases, saying that the first phase was devoted to meeting constituents at their various ward levels.

He said: “The second phase of my campaign which I just flagged off tagged `Meeting the Electorate One on One’ is to meet political, religious and social groups, relatives as well as traditional and village heads, among other groups."

The speaker noted that he educated and mobilised his constituents on the need to massively vote Buhari and other APC candidates during the forthcoming general elections.

Balarabe-Abdullahi added: “The last segment of the campaign would involve door-to-door, neighbour to neighbour, house to house, friends and relatives, among others to canvass support for all APC candidates.

“My constituency is the home of APC and I have promised not less than 90 per cent of the total votes cast in my constituency to President Buhari and all other APC candidates in this year elections."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, on Thursday, January 10, declared that President Muhammadu Buhari would win the 2019 presidential election with more margin than it was in 2015.

Amaechi said: “We will do better in 2019. A part of the 2015 election was rigged by PDP. But this time we are closing all rigging against even ourselves.

“Particularly as it affects the poor people who are 80 percent voter-based and to assure the vice president that because of the much work that has been done; the next election is as good as delivered."

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