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Miyetti Allah group in Yobe decamp to APC

by Mustapha Salisu
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From Sani Gazas Chinade, Damaturu 

The chairman of Miyetti Allah Association in Bade Local government Area and some key officers of the Association in Zone C Senatorial District of Yobe State have decamped to APC.

The APC Yobe State Chairman, Hon Mohammed Gadaka, received them after decamping from the People’s Democratic Party (PDP)  to the All Progressive Congress (APC).

The newly decamped members moved from PDP to APC under the leadership of Alhaji Idriss Musa, Chairman Miyetti Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) Allah Bade L G A.

Other members of Miyetti Allah who left PDP to join APC are Alhaji Ajiya, Vice Chairman and Alh Maigari, Secretary, Miyetti Allah Karasuwa Local government and other key officers of the Association from other Local Government Areas of the said Senatorial  District.

The leader of the newly decamped members told the Yobe State Chairman of the APC, Hon Mohammed Gadaka that they left their former  Party because they admired  Hon. Mai Mala Buni’s excellent performances in the development of the state and bettering the lives of its people and the accommodative tendencies of the APC State Chairman, Hon Mohammed Gadaka whom they described as possessed good leadership qualities that respects all members of the party in the state regardless of their tribe, religion or where they come from.

In his remarks, the APC Yobe State Chairman Hon Mohammed Gadaka expressed gratitude to Almighty Allah who gave them the wisdom and foresight to see the reason to join APC and contribute their quota towards re-electing Hon. Mai Mala Buni for a second term to continue with his good work of developing and modernizing Yobe State.

In conclusion, he gave them assurances that by God’s grace, his Excellency, Hon. Mai Mala Buni, if re-elected, will continue with the developmental efforts with the aim to make the state a better living place for the people of Yobe State and even strangers to live peacefully with their host communities.

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