As the race for the All Progressives Congress (APC) national chairmanship heats up, the Senator Sani Musa Advisory Council boasts that the serving Niger State senator will win the coveted position.
The advisory council’s optimism was based on the candidate’s acceptance by stakeholders both inside and outside the state, as well as his contribution to the development of his constituency.
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Senator Musa would also win the race, according to the council’s spokesman, Alhaji Bissala Babasule, who said in a statement made available to journalists in Minna yesterday that “he is a youth loved by the young and the old within and outside the party.”
“We are pressing ahead with our stakeholder mobilization to ensure Senator Musa’s total victory, and we will win because we have the support of other states, as well as the national leadership of our party at the legislative and executive levels.”
“At the end of the day, Doubting Thomas and doomsayers will be put to shame.” Our victory will undoubtedly result in significant social, economic, and political changes in our beloved state and Nigeria.
“It (Musa’s victory) will transform the country and hand over the country’s political leadership to the young people he represents.”
The aspirant has the full support of the APC’s Niger State Executive Council, according to Babasule, who added that when Musa presented his letter of intent to the party, the state chairman spoke highly of him.
“The event was like a carnival, and everyone who spoke glowingly about him and also threw their weight behind his aspiration,” he said, adding that “what other support does anyone need to clinch victory if the state party leadership is adamantly behind one of its own?”
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Babasule praised Musa’s achievements as a businessman and federal legislator in his Niger East senatorial zone, saying: “He (Musa) employed not less than 500 liaison officers from the 99 wards of the Niger East senatorial zone, and has embarked “on many projects in each of the nine local government areas of his constituency at personal costs because of his interest in the emancipation of his people and realization that everything should not be left to government.