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Yuguda Has Failed Bauchi Electorates – Gadi By Masoyi Lusa, Bauchi

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Former Deputy Governor of Bauchi state under Governor Yuguda administration has blame the governor for falling the entire electorates in the state
Alhaji Garba Gadi made statement in Azare when the APC flagged off its campaign in the area saying Yuguda need to apologize to the people to escape the wrath of Allah
Gadi lamented that government of Yuguda deflated the state in the areas of development compared with the allocation collected from the FG
According to the former deputy come February 14 APC will definitely capture power from the misrule of PDP in Bauchi state saying the opposition is not living any stones  any turn to check mate the ruling party
Gadi therefore urged the APC to sensitize its teaming supporters on the dangers of violence during the election while urging the party to protect their votes, Gadi promise for free and fair elections
During the occasion, the state party chairman Hon Ahmed Uba Nana had charged the APC supporters to shun their difference and embrace one another for the collective interest of the party
Nana also added that Buhari will be the presidential candidate to win come February elections and in Bauchi state same will be repeated
The chairman used the occasion to present APC Flags to Bauchi gubernatorial candidates including candidates facing the PDP at all levels of election

According to Nana, APC is ready to prioritize civil servants welfare which are to impoverish under Yuguda’s failed administration regretting that Bauchi state workers have not even enjoy 2014 December Salaries by the government.

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