By; KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna
The Concerned Northern All Progressives Congress (APC) Youth Forum has lauded the APC and its Presidential Candidate on the appointment of H. E. Muhammad Badaru Abubakar, Mon, mni, the Executive Governor of Jigawa State as the regional coordinator for North, APC Presidential Campaign Council.
Speaking to journalists, the Chairman and Convener of the group, Hon Suleiman Liba stated that by appointing Governor Badaru into this very key position of the PCC of the APC, the party has made a bold statement and have demonstrated with all sense of seriousness that they are very ready to win the forthcoming general election convincingly.
Speaking on the antecedents of H. E. Governor Badaru Abubakar, Hon Suleiman Liba said, there are only a few grassroot politicians in the country today who can match Badaru’s strength and capacity when it comes to mobilizing for an election.
Hon. Liba feels they have once again gotten it right on the choice of Badaru, saying it is a case of fixing a square peg in a square.
“We have no doubt that our great party is poised for victory comes 2023, the north is highly important in the choice of who becomes the next President of Nigeria and i think our party has just demonstrated that they are aware of this fact as their appointment of individuals into the Presidential Campaign Council has been apt.”
“We trust in the capacity of H.E Alhaji Muhammad Badaru Abubakar to deliver on this all important assignment, as he is one who is not associated with failure.”
“May i also on behalf of the Concerned Northern APC Youth Forum, state that our commitment to the course is unwavering as we will not relent until the goal is achieved, APC will win the forthcoming general elections with wider margin.”
“I wish Governor Badaru and the APC our dear party the best of luck, for us, it is Aluta continual, Victoria ascerta.”
“The appointment if His Excellency is a very welcoming one, one that has ease our jobs for us all.I also want to thank him for accepting to take up the responsibility and we wish him well.”