Sokoto State Governor and presidential aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, Aminu Tambuwal, has submitted his presidential nomination form at the party secretariat.
Speaking after submitting his nomination and Expression of interest forms, the governor promised to unite the country if elected as president.
Tambuwal said he decided to submit his form because of the overwhelming support he got from Nigerians over his ambitions, according to a statement.
Nicholas Msheliza who represented Tambuwal, said, “Consensus is a good thing. It is healthy for the party. Our prayer is that the consensus will favour him. So far he is the frontline aspirant, our thinking our prayer and hope is that the consensus will go his way.
“We are happy to state here that the support, encouragement while he consulted widely has been very overwhelming and for the fact that he is one presidential candidate that has traversed over the 360 Federal constituencies of this country gives him an edge.
“He knows the demography and the geography of this country. He knows the problem of this country. He is the actual unifier. He is the bridge builder. He’s so humble. And he is such a person that is so energetic and vibrant also that can be trusted to forge partnership and alliances and rescue and build this nation from where we have found ourselves today.”
Breaking: Shekarau picks NNPP membership card
Senator Ibrahim Shekarau has picked the membership card of the fast growing New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP).
The senator, who was elected to the upper chamber of the National Assembly on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) dumped the party following a deep crisis.
Just In: Osun poll: Court affirms Adeleke as PDP candidate
A Federal High Court sitting in Osogbo, Osun State has affirmed Ademola Adeleke as Peoples Democratic Party candidate for the July 16th governorship election in Osun State.
The suit was filed by Prince Dotun Babayemi.
The court consequently affirmed Senator Ademola Adeleke as the validly elected PDP candidate for the poll.
In his judgement which took over one hour, 30 minutes, Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel held that the primary election conducted at the WOCDIF Centre, Osogbo, on March 8, 2022, which produced Babayemi was null and void.