Bello Gwarzo: PDP manifesto will restore Nigeria’s lost glory

A judge in the Federal High Court (FHC) in Abuja, on Thursday, scheduled a hearing on a petition filed by Mr Jimi Lawal, a candidate for governor who lost the Ogun Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primary poll on May 25.

Senator Bello Hayatu Gwarzo, the national vice chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the northwest zone, has claimed that the PDP’s updated manifesto and blueprint will return the country to its former glory.

This was said by Gwarzo in Dutse, the state capital, as he officially launched the party’s campaign and presented the party flag to the candidate for governor of Jigawa State.

Gwarzo stated that the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration’s poor leadership has placed Nigeria and its people in a precarious position.

According to him, “bad governance and ignorance of good policy formulation and implementation by the ruling APC” have made life extremely tough for everyone in the country.

He claims that the average person is living in extreme poverty, that small traders and company owners have been forced out of their shops, and that the level of security in the country is steadily declining.

PDP gubernatorial candidate Alhaji Mustapha Sule Lamido also spoke to the crowd, telling them that he is confident in the PDP’s ability to win both the state and federal levels in the upcoming 2023 elections.

Lamido has stated that his administration will be different from the current administration of the ruling party.

For the state’s many young people, he promised new employment prospects and that everyone in the state will have enough to eat.

The PDP candidate for governor has pledged openness and responsibility if elected.

As a means of lowering the crime rate, Lamido said he would proclaim an unemployment emergency.

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