APC Can Only Win LG Council Polls If They Hijack The Process – Bala


One of the PDP Chairmanship Aspirant in Jema’a local government area of Kaduna State, Hon. Makoshi Bala popular known as (Gypsy), has reiterated that there is no way the ruling All Progressives Congress APC, can win elections in the Southern Kaduna region without hijacking the process and the conduct of the election.

Makoshi stated this On Tuesday, 9th March, 2021 while fielding questions from our Correspondent in Kaduna.

According to him if the Kaduna State Independent Electoral Commission KADSIECOM, will conduct a free, fair and credible election in the Zone, the opposition party, PDP will clear all the LGAs Chairmanship and Councilorship Seats.

” The PDP as an Opposition Party in the State is still having the trust and confidence of the people, noting that the PDP was the only party in the region that have respect and have place premium on the people of Southern Kaduna over the years and as such we’re confident that we’ll win all the Seats in the next coming LG polls scheduled to hold 16th June.

The grass root politician maintained that there is no APC in Southern Kaduna as far as politics is concern in the region, adding the ruling party has failed in its entirety in promoting good governance and respect for the rule of law.

While commenting on the APC revalidation and membership registration, he said the Peoples Democratic Party is not jittery but confident that their party has a strict adherence to the rule of law and respect for human dignity.

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” We’ll continue to entrenched the core values that promote human dignity, economic development and security of lives and properties of our people.

” I have been a grass-root politician were I serve in a different capacity as a Stakeholder and I was among the few that formed part of the formation of the PDP in 1999,” Makoshi added.

He explained that he was out to bring his wealth of experience to contribute his on quarter to the progress and development of Jema’a local government.

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