Home / Politics / NORTERN YOUTHS TO HOLD PSEUDO ELECTION FOR BUHARI, ATIKU, KWANKWASO, OTHERS

NORTERN YOUTHS TO HOLD PSEUDO ELECTION FOR BUHARI, ATIKU, KWANKWASO, OTHERS

Spread the love
Spread the love

 

Mock elections would be held for all the presidential aspirants from the North including President Muhammadu Buhari, leaders of the the Arewa Consultative Youth Movement (ACYM) announced on Thursday, May 3. The development was made public by the ACYM president, Comrade Kabiru Yusuf, as he delivered his acceptance speech. Yusuf said the poll would be conducted in order to get a presidential candidate that shared the same vision with the youths, Daily Trust reports.

Reportngr.com identified  that among the presidential aspirants listed are former vice president Atiku Abubakar; Governor Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo of Gombe state; Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal of Sokoto state; former Governor of Kaduna state, ‎Senator Ahmed Makarfi; former governor of Kano state, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso; and former governor of Jigawa state, Sule Lamido. Yusuf stated that many northern  politicians and aspirants  have indicated interest in the forth-coming 2019 presidential election. “We shall, in due course, conduct a mock election with a view to feeling the pulse of the youth from the North and eventually deciding on a most prospective candidate”

“The mock election will soon commence on our website and will last for ‎a period of 60 days before the announcement of results. I enjoin all of us to think critically about this before we make our choice and also mobilise for him. “There cannot be a better chance for us to contribute to give Nigeria the kind of leadership it deserves in this 21st century. The abject poverty and insecurity ‎in the North must be tackled head-on, and it is our responsibility.”

adsense

About Precious Ropalia

Check Also

Australia rejects West Jerusalem As Israeli capital

Shock As Main Reason Australia Rejects West Jerusalem As Israeli Capital Leaks

Meanwhile, the Israeli Foreign Minister felt highly disappointed with the decision and said he will have a meeting with the Australian ambassador. But despite the fact that Australia said "the status of the city should be resolved through peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine", experts hinted that Australia's decision is as a result of

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Verified by MonsterInsights