2023: Get Your Voter Cards Ready to Elect Next Governor, Kwara North Forum Tells Indigenes

1/16/2022 10:23:00 PM

2023: Get Your Voter Cards Ready to Elect Next Governor, Kwara North Forum Tells Indigenes

2023: Get Your Voter Cards Ready to Elect Next Governor, Kwara North Forum Tells Indigenes

By Hammed Shittu Leaders of the Kwara North Consultative Forum, championing Kwara North Governorship ahead of 2023 have advised sons and daughters of the zone both at home and abroad to get their v…

By Hammed ShittuLeaders of the Kwara North Consultative Forum, championing Kwara North Governorship ahead of 2023 have advised sons and daughters of the zone both at home and abroad to get their voter cards ready to elect the next governor of the state.

Speaking at a press conference in Ilorin on Sunday on the sidelines of the recent decision of the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) to zone its governorship ticket to Kwara North ahead of next poll, the Chairman of the forum, Comrade Abdullahi Aliyu Lade said such decision represented a united quest for actualization of the district’s long awaited ambition.

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Speaking at a press conference in Ilorin on Sunday on the sidelines of the recent decision of the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) to zone its governorship ticket to Kwara North ahead of next poll, the Chairman of the forum, Comrade Abdullahi Aliyu Lade said such decision represented a united quest for actualization of the district’s long awaited ambition. The forum which used the occasion to thank the PDP for the gesture, said the people of the Kwara North had agreed to work in unity irrespective of their political affiliations to ensure the zone produces the next governor of the state. The meeting which was conveyed by a second republic minority leader in the state House of Assembly and an APC stalwart, Chief Stephen Wole Oke, had in attendance the representative of Governor AbdulRazaq and APC chairman, Prince Sunday Fagbemi; Alhaji Abdullateef Alakawa( Political Adviser) and Alhaji Mustapha Isowo( the APC secretary). The event was attended by gubernatorial aspirants and politicians from the APC, PDP and ADC among others. Spokesman of the Forum, Dr Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, who made the position known during a meeting of northern leaders of thought in Kaduna state on Saturday, said the North was deceived into voting in Buhari, with the hope that he will transform the country. He said 2023 would mark 30 years since indigene from the district ruled the state. ADVERTISEMENT The people of Kwara North expressed delight that the zone has benefitted from the administration of AbdulRazaq more than they did from the previous administrations that governed the state for 16 years. He added that former Governor Sha’aba Lafiagi, the only indigene who was elected to the position in 1992 spent one and half years only. He added that the suspect confirmed to have been engaged in the criminal act for more than two years, adding that “sometimes he would pose like a pastor to convince the pos operators or tell that his wife is in labour in the hospital and need certain amount of money.

While calling on other parties in the state to emulate the PDP, the forum said they will liaise with traditional rulers, religious leaders, technocrats, women and youths among others to realize the project. “We are here today to appeal to ourselves to close ranks, to see unity as an inevitable necessity; to evoke a new and more enduring power of unity in the interest of our people in the local government. He equally stressed that the North will support only a competent Presidential candidate who understands the roots and solutions to the numerous challenges confronting the country, and not a person who wants power just to fulfil a personal ambition. “Kwara North cannot do it alone, we seek advice, prayers and support from the entire Kwara state family. “We urged all true sons and daughters of the district who voted outside Kwara North especially those outside the state, to transfer their voters card back home to vote. “This is one of the ways to contribute their own quota towards having a more united and prosperous Kwara”, he added. More on Politics. On indigenes of the district serving in the present APC government, the forum said it understands their plight but urged them to employ caution in their dealings.

“They are all aware of our long time aspirations for a State Governor from Kwara North. The urge to remain in office mustn’t be done at the expense of one’s fatherland. “Justice, fairness and equity will be our watch words and we call on all Kwara Northerners that the earlier we take the opportunity of this offer, the better for us all”, he added. Share this: .