Kaduna guber: Zazzau joins 11 different aspirant’s for PDP ticket

Dr Ja’afaru Sa’ad, traditional title holder of Galadiman Ruwan Zazzau, has pronounced his expectation to challenge the Kaduna State gubernatorial race on the stage of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in 2019 general races.

He made the announcement while exhibiting his letter of plan to the authority of the PDP at the party secretariat in Kaduna on Thursday.

“I need to thank the leadership of the party for the warm gathering agreed me and exertion toward guaranteeing that the party set up a triumphant battle, come 2019.

“I am here principally to formally pronounce my goal to contest the governorship of Kaduna State in the 2019 general elections on the stage of our dear party.

“My main goal is to reestablish PDP’s legitimate place in the state and guarantee the required solidarity of the general population of Kaduna State who are currently separated along religious and ethnic lines.

“However, fundamentally, my advantage is on youths and ladies limit and financial strengthening if given the party’s ticket and in the long run wins the election,” Zazzau said.

He empowered the general population of the state, especially those without Permanent Voters Card (PVC) to exploit the expanded period for voter card enlistment to get enrolled.

As indicated by him, “The general population can’t impact the difference in administration they want without getting the PVC.”

Hassan Hyat, Kaduna PDP chairman said the party would be reasonable for all competitors, including that whoever rose as candidate after primaries would be bolstered by the party.

Different aspirants include the quick past governor of the state, Ramallan Yero, previous NEMA Director General, Sani Sidi, and Sen. Suleiman Hunkuyi (Kaduna North), who as of late deserted from the rolling party, APC.

Others are previous House of Representatives member, Isah Ashiru, who additionally abandoned from the APC, Mohammed Kadade, Bello Kagarko, Jonathan Kish, Shuaibu Mikati, Sani Bello, Ibrahim Dauda and Mohammed Sani

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