2019: Masari ‘beg’ APC aspirants who lost primaries not to work against APC
The Katsina state Governor, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari has asked APC aspirants who lost primary elections to exercise patience and not to do anything that would thwart the victory of APC in the elections pledging the he will form an all encompassing administration after re election.
Alhaji Aminu Masari was speaking when he received the Forum of APC Aspirants who paid him a courtesy call at government house, Katsina.
The governor reminded the aspirants that it was only God that gives power to whom He pleases at the appropriate time.
Therefore, he enjoined the aspirants to contribute meaningfully towards the success of APC in the 2019 general elections.
Alhaji Aminu Masari noted that most of the aspirants are young men and women in their prime ages, adding that they still stand a chance of recontesting election in their constituencies.
Earlier, an aspirant of senatorial seat in Katsina south, Retired Brigadier General Maharazu Tsiga assured the Governor that although they contested and lost, they would however remain committed to the victory of APC in 2019 elections.
Also, the national leaders of the Forum, Sharif Yusuf, Umar Faruk and Bishir Muhammad Yusuf all assured that they would put behind their back the primary elections and contribute for APC to attain victory in all positions being contested during the general elections.