The All Progressives Congress (APC), senatorial candidate for the Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Alh Muhammad Sani Dattijo, has noted that the northwest zone is critical to the party’s 2023 victory.
He made this known during a speech at the APC Stakeholder Forum, the Northwest Zone Conference held in Kaduna at Arewa House on Tuesday.
According to him, “In 2015, the total number of votes cast for APC (President Buhari) was 46 percent, while in 2019 due to the decline in performance, APC was 39 percent of the total number of votes cast.”
He believed that repeating the same feat in the Northwest is critical to APC’s 2023 victory, adding, “What we will do in the coming months will determine this election.”
Earlier, Abdullahi Aliyu Katsina, the national chairman of the APC Stakeholder Forum, noted that the conference was organized so that party members in the zone would not yield to ensure that APC remains the party to beat in next year’s elections.
While expressing his optimism about the party’s victory in 2023, he advised every support group in the zone to work hard.
“There has to be commitment. When the stakes are there, I think victory is certain,” he emphasized.
Think Nigeria Group’s national president, Alh Nasiru Ladan, declared the conference open and said that once we get it right, the country’s journey to greatness is assured.
Ladan noted that the question of region or religion should not be the yardstick by which to measure candidates, but rather his track record.
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