Female politicians in Sokoto State now have each motive to hitch politics because the state chapter of All Progressive Congress (APC) has pledged free nomination kinds to all girls aspirants in all classes of elective positions.
Alhaji Usman Danmadamin-Isa, the Sokoto State APC Chairman, made the pledge in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Sokoto.
The chairman stated the transfer was to encourage the participation of extra girls in politics and to open up the house for them to exhibit their management competence.
Danmadamin-Isa stated girls have been very supportive in all political actions as such, they have to be inspired to aspire for elective posts.
He dismissed latest allegations that the get together was behind divisions within the state PDP as “baseless”, claiming that PDP in Sokoto state “is dead.”
“No single kobo was used to woo members of the opposition or anyone to the APC, they defected as a result of they had been satisfied and happy with the efficiency of Gov. Aminu Tambuwal.
“That is why the APC is supporting Gov. Tambuwal to contest the governorship election in 2019.”
The chairman reeled out among the achievements recorded by the APC-led administration within the state to incorporate fee of N2.2 billion scholarship to indigent college students, apart sponsoring 200 college students on abroad research.
He added that authorities had additionally constructed 34 new colleges, renovated 15,000 others, and rehabilitated 250 academics’ workers quarters in its efforts to revamp the training sector within the state.
The APC chairman stated that the administration had additionally launched into huge highway development initiatives throughout the state.
In a separate interview, Sokoto State PDP Chairman, Alhaji Ibrahim Milgoma, stated that the PDP was targeted on taking on the state within the 2019 normal elections.
Milgoma stated that the PDP had initiated measures to make sure unity and understanding amongst loyalists, including that no notable get together member had defected despite shedding the state in 2015.