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Daura By-election: Masari reacts reacts to Majigiri’s allegation of vote buying

Daura By-election: Masari reacts reacts to Majigiri’s allegation of vote buying

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The Executive Governor of Katsina State Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari has responded to the chairman of Peoples Democratic Party’s allegations over Daura senatorial bye-election electoral malpractice.

The governor disclosed this in a meeting held with the executive members of All Progressive Congress Katsina State chapter.

” Someone has said we bought votes for our candidate, but the allegator forgets that he won his villlage; which if we were to malpractice the election, not even his village, we have had enough in abundance to even buy his vote” . The governor said.

“But we didn’t, instead, the electorates came out and cast their votes freely to APC by showing concern and appreciation to the good work of the party and protect the image of Presidential state nation wide.”. He added.

More so, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari made an exposing of Katsina State stand over the up coming primary election of All progressive Congress.

Masari said, there was not a standard consensus to conduct either delegation or direct primaries by the head of the national party.

According to him, National chairman of the party Adam Oshimole spent much time talking about the benefits and advantages of direct primaries without highlighting its disadvantages or even a little advantage of delegates system.

Masari said, the national executive meeting reached a consensus that every state has a right to choose a system that is suitable for it.

Finally, the governor said that both systems have their strengths and weaknesses; and he promised that the state executives would choose the best system to fit the state and to yield a fruitful results as soon as possible.

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