From Single Eye, Kaduna
Kaduna Central People’s Democratic Party (PDP) senatorial candidate Usman Ibrahim, popularly known as Sardaunan Badarawa, has called on Nigerians to use ballot papers to oust “a failure” called the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the next elections.
For him, that “failure” should not be allowed to drag on beyond the next general election scheduled for February and March this year, hence the need for Nigerians of voting age to ensure their cards are collected. of permanent voters (PVC). and use it judiciously in favor of your party.
Sardaunan Badarawa, who said this while presenting his campaign advice, added that the office would not only work for his victory but also for all PDP candidates from top to bottom in the February and March elections.
According to him, the economic difficulties experienced by the masses have made life too difficult for Nigerians, blaming APC for a “lack of leadership” and a “meaningful development plan” capable of stimulating the country’s human and material potential for development. growth and prosperity.
The senator candidate reiterated his confidence in his party’s ability to “bring the country out of nowhere” and guarantee a Nigeria in tune with the dream and aspiration of its founding fathers.
He promised the Kaduna Central constituents effective representation, compassionate leadership and making himself accessible to the people and delivering democracy dividends to his domains.
For efficient and easy administration, the grassroots politician decentralized his campaign team, dividing it into the seven local governments in central Kaduna, which are Kaduna South, Kaduna North, Igabi, Kajuru, Birnin-Gwari, Giwa and Chikun. .
Sardaunan Badarawa campaign council chairman and CEO Ayuba Ragas and Dan Garba Musa, who are expected to serve as chief generals of all campaign LG affiliates, have pledged to fulfill their duties with diligence and vigor to ensure the victory of the party.
For his part, the zonal coordinator of the Campaign Council, Rilwanu Abdullahi, promised to get down to business ensuring effective coordination among all officials, urging them not to hesitate to report any issue that requires their attention, no matter how small. for rapid response and intervention.