Kano PDP rally sealed APC’s fate - Party chieftain

Kano PDP rally sealed APC’s fate - Party chieftain

- A candidate for the Kaduna central senatorial district has described the Kano PDP rally as the final signal which shows that the ruling All Progressives Congress has already been defeated

- Lawal Adamu said the early fall of the APC is due to failure of governance and broken promises

- Adamu affirmed that the key to retaining power is keeping promises

The senatorial candidate for Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Kaduna central, Lawal Adamu (Mr. LA), on Tuesday, February 12, said the party's presidential rally in Kano is the final signal that the ruling All Progressives Congress has already been defeated.

Adamu also attributed the imminent early fall of the APC to failure of governance and broken promises.

In a statement signed by his spokesperson, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, the senatorial candidate said the key to retaining power is keeping promises.

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He said: “All politicians know that the key to winning elections is to make great promises. But in practical terms, the key to maintaining power is keeping those promises.

“APC cannot expect to retain the power it attained by making promises, then breaking them. In the build up to the 2015 elections, the APC campaigners promised to cure the ills of the society, including insecurity, illiteracy, disease, unemployment, and poverty.

“It is sad that despite the public acclaim that ushered the administration just four years ago, Buhari failed to bring about the promised improvement in security, health, education, employment, infrastructure, the civil service and the economy,” Adamu said.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that following the huge welcome received by the PDP's presidential candidate in Kano state, the party's chairman, Uche Secondus, said the party's success at the forthcoming poll is certain.

Secondus and another party chieftain, former Kano state governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, declared that it is over for the opposition party, the APC.

Also, addressing the thousands of youths who attended the PDP rally in Kano, Kwankwaso, popularly known as Kwankwasiyya, said the state belongs to PDP.

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