I won’t leave PDP even if I lose primaries –Lamido

By Editor on 30/08/2018

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A former Governor of Jigawa and Presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, Sule Lamido, has said he will not leave the party even if he loses primaries for the presidential race.

Lamido said this in an interview with newsmen at the residence of Gen. Jeremiah Useni, during a solidarity visit in Jos on Wednesday.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Lamido had earlier paid a visit to the Plateau PDP secretariat where he declared his intention to run for presidency in 2019.

“All of us vying for Presidency in PDP are equal and are capable of ruling Nigeria as President.

“2019 Presidency is not just about me, we are all working for a just and a common goal to salvage the country. So if I’m not made candidate of our great party, I will support whoever emerges as flag bearer for PDP.”

The Presidential aspirant assured that the party would reclaim its mandate.

Posted 30/08/2018 05:50:09 AM

 

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