The Katsina State chapter of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) says it is poised to displace the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC)-led government in 2019 because of its “unpopular policies, programmes and slow posture”.
The APGA national financial secretary, Ibrahim Garba Carefor, who said this in an interview with Daily Trust, stated that the APC government in Katsina was too slow in bringing development to both urban and rural areas.
Carefor also said the party was ready to unseat incumbent Governor Aminu Masari if he contests the 2019 governorship election.
“Our party will no longer accept what has been happening within the electoral umpire, where elections are rigged in favour of the ruling party.
“The APC government in Katsina has an unpopular strategy for agricultural development amongst many others,” he said.
He said his party has a clear-cut manifesto that addressed the issues of women, youth, infrastructural and community development unlike other political parties.
On the recent defection of some people, who were said to be from the APGA, Carefor said the party neither knew them nor bothered of their actions.
(Culled from Dailytrust)