Adamawa Guber: Group Picks Nomination Form For NgillariLatest News, News, News From The State Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
Agabus Pwanagba, Jos
A Coalition of Muslims, Christians and over 70 different non-governmental organizations has purchased a governorship form for Governor Bala Ngillari to contest the 2015 election even as they hailed the governor’s style of leadership.
Leader of the Coalition, Arch. Lawrence Ngbale, while commending the People’s Democratic Party National leadership over its transparency and fairness to all members of the party, said the decision of the coalition to buy the governorship form for Ngillari was due to his desire to provide quality leadership to the people of the State.
Ngbale told journalists that Ngillari was not only the governorship candidate that can bring total victory to PDP in the State, but he is a symbol of unity, development, justice and rule of law.
His words: “I want to inform you that Ngillari did not contribute one kobo to this money that we use to pay for this governorship form, it is the contribution of over 70 different groups that fused together that we their representative is today buying this form. He maintained.
“This is a clear indication that if a leader is not corrupt people know, politics is a game of the majority, so a cabal cannot over rule the decision of the majority because they find themselves in certain positions.
“If Ngillari is good to be deputy governor for over seven years, what is the reason that he is not good to be governor? He asked.
“Those that think Ngillari is good as a Senator, the people of Adamawa said he is better as Governor.
Ngbale compared Ngilari’s case to how a cabal wanted to stop President Goodluck Jonathan from taking over as President after the dead of President Umaru Ya’adua, stating that the cabal was later disgraced from executing their plans to stop Jonathan.
“On behalf of this group I want to assured PDP and President Goodluck Jonathan that with Ngillari as the candidate of PDP for governorship, the President should not come to Adamawa for campaign, the least number of votes he will get from Adamawa is 1.5 million votes.
“This is because the people of the state irrespective of their religion and ethnic group, have united for Ngillari who we all see as the centre of harmony in the State, he stressed.
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