- Says APC Will End PDP Boko Haram And Ebola In 2015-Nasiru El’Rufai
The former minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nasiru El’Rufai has accused security operatives in the country of aiding the ruling People’s Democratic Party in rigging elections.
The APC governorship aspirant for Kaduna state stated this in an interview at a grand rally of the All Progressives Congress held by APC supporters from Nasarawa south in Lafia, The Nasarawa state capital today.
El-Rufai said the APC is out to end the draconian administration of the PDP ,He hinted that PDP will be history in 2015 because the APC will end Ebola and Boko Haram insurgency, which is the uppermost dividend of democracy under the PDP.
He said Ebola and Boko Haram were smuggled into the country by self-centered politicians that did not have the interest of the populace at heart; He in addition opined that the party would halt the ranks of the PDP.
Speaking on the candidature of Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura to be endorsed as a consensus contestant for his obligation in halving the political ground in the state by providing the core value of democracy to the people, Nasiru El’Rufai said.
“You can only do that in the PDP but not in this new party that has people of like mind, Internal democracy exist in our party, governor Al-Makura have to contest even in the absence of other aspirants”.
“In essence electorate have to vote either yes or no, which at the end of the voting if the yes have it he will return elected unopposed as an APC governorship candidate, But in a situation that the no have it the party will look for another aspirant”, This purely democracy in action.
While commenting on his aspiration for Kaduna state governorship, The former FCT minister buttressed that Monday next week was slated for the declaration of his interest to vie for Kaduna state governorship under the aegis of the All Progressives Congress.
Other dignitaries that grace the occasion are Hon.Samuel Dalong from Plateau state, former secretary of the CPC, Buba Galadima, others are former governor of Benue state, George Akume,ex-military governor of Kwarra state, retired General Ahmed Aboki,two time governor of Nasarawa state,Abdullahi Adamu amongst others.