A gubernatorial hopeful and traditional title holder of Dan Maje Adamawa, Alhaji Ahmadu Hamman Nasara has called on leaders and stakeholders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to imbibe a new spirit of camaraderie and unity in order to ouster the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) from power come 2023.
While fielding questions from newsmen, in Yola, Nasara said wresting power from PDP is not a yeoman’s job considering the lackadaisical performance of the Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri’s led administration.
Nasara noted that the PDP did not defeat APC in the 2019 general elections adding that APC lost the election because of the myriad of unresolved internal party crises that rocked the party in the build up to the 2019 general polls.
He therefore called the Ibrahim Bilal led party exco to ensure the cohesion of the party by rallying round all stakeholders adding that with the caliber of persons in the party, the next general election will be a walkover for PDP.
Nasara noted that in consideration of the massive number of people that are currently trooping into the party in the ongoing registration exercise, APC is the party to beat in Adamawa State adding that the next election will unravel that truism.
He urged those who lost in the last general election to sheath their swords and rebuild the party to regain back its winning streak.
Nasara who said Adamawa is an APC State, called on the party to treat all and sundry with fairness and equity noting that such posture will strengthen the party ahead of the 2023 general election.
” After the party’s registration drive is over, the next thing on the card is to conduct congresses where the party leaders will emerge.
” We need to go into this activity as a united, indivisible party with a common destiny. And that can only be achieved if we eschew selfishness and bitterness.
” Let us resolve our differences and conduct the congresses on a clean slate so that we will go into the 2023 election with the needed gusto to win the election.
” I will go into the polls to contest for the number one seat, but if I lost fair and square, I will accept my destiny in good faith and will also give my robust contributions to the victory of the party,” Nasara said.