Supporters of the Gombe government are urged to vote for the APC.
In order to support the All Progressives Congress in the elections of 2023, Gombe State Governor Muhammadu Yahaya has asked his people to obtain their Permanent Voter Cards.
He claimed that the projects he completed during his first term served as a clear demonstration of his abilities, particularly as someone who had a strong desire to lessen the suffering of the populace.
During his campaign on Monday in Balanga North’s five wards—Talase, Gelengu, Sua, Degiri, and Bangu Bala Waja—Yahaya made the comments.
The governor had previously visited Muhammad Danjuma, the Bala Waja, the supreme head of the Local Government, in his palace to inform him of his team’s presence there and to ask for his cooperation in the run-up to the 2023 elections.
Following Yahaya’s progress in development, Danjuma assured the governor that he would receive a lot of support from local government, “cutting across road construction, the recent recruitment of teachers by the State Teachers Commission in which Balanga Local Government came second in the list of those that benefited in the number of teachers newly recruited in the state.”
Yahaya urged residents in some of the wards he visited to obtain their PVCs “so as to support the APC in all levels of governments in the approaching election,” noting that doing so would allow him to build on the accomplishments made during his first term in office in Gombe State.
He asked residents of the state to support the APC in large numbers at all levels of government.
The Coordinator of the APC Campaign Council in Gombe State, Jamil Gwamma, also spoke and projected that the PDP will lose because of its lack of performance in the past, emphasizing that “if a child who didn’t allow the mother to sleep, will undoubtedly not sleep as well.”
Gwamma urged voters to support the APC at all electoral levels in order to help the administration build on the gains established during its first term.