Governor of Sokoto Aminu Tambuwal, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), claims the party has “workable strategies” to combat banditry and joblessness.
Tambuwal, the director general of the PDP presidential campaign committee, made the remarks on Monday in Sokoto while welcoming some new members to the party.
Zayyanu Wamakko, the nephew of Aliyu Wamakko, the former governor of Sokoto and head of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state, was among the defectors.
A PDP administration, according to Tambuwal, would “boost the socio-economic life of Nigerians” if it were to win the upcoming presidential election on February 25.
Tambuwal called the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) the “best choice” for Nigerians and urged party members to turn out in large numbers to vote for the PDP on election day.
“I want to advise our teeming youths to keep their permanent voter cards (PVCs) safe and engage in house to house campaigns for more support to guarantee the victory of PDP at all levels,” he said.
“A PDP government, if elected, has designed workable strategies to end banditry, fight corruption, unemployment, address infrastructural decay and boost the socio-economic life of Nigerians among other issues.”