2023: Nasarawa APC stakeholders drum support for Gov. Sule, Sen. Akwashiki


Wamba (Nasarawa State), April 28, 2022 (NAN) Stakeholders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Nasarawa State have called for the re-election of Gpv. Abudllahi Sule and Sen. Godiya Akwashiki in the 2023 general elections.
The Special Adviser to Gov. Abdullahi Sule on Special Duties, Mr Murtala Lamus, has urged stakeholders and executive members of All Progressives Congress (APC) made this known in Wamba Local Government Area of the state on Thursday.
Lamus made spoke in Wamba during an expanded APC stakeholders and executive members meeting of Wamba Local Government Area of the state.
The special adviser said that Sule and Akwashiki have done a lot for the area, hence the need for stakeholders and delegates to give their overwhelming support to them to succeed.
Going through memory lane, Lamus outlined the numerous achievements recorded by the duo in the last few years in terms of infrastructural development, among other gestures.
He also said that the projects embarked upon by the duo in the area have impacted positively on the lives of their people.
The special adviser noted that Sule and Akwashiki are doing well in their respective offices.
He explained that Wamba local government area has benefitted from the duo in the areas of construction of rural roads, healthcare centres and services as well as rehabilitation of primary and secondary schools, among other developmental strides.
The special adviser therefore advised delegates to choose credible aspirants and shun moneybag politicians, who will entice them with money during the party primaries scheduled for next month.
Lamus said: “We (delegates) have been voting people based on money, they will use money to share to delegates.
“And delegates believe in highest bidder, so at the end of the day, they will got their mandates and avoid them.
“That is why I am urging us not to vote people because of money but we should only vote credible leaders,” he said.