Guber polls: Nasko-Ndayako group alleges plans by APC to use judiciary against wish of Nigerlites

By Ummi Ismaeel,
Minna

The Nasko/Ndayako Campaign Organisation has raised alarm over alleged plans by the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Niger State to use the judiciary to witch-hunt the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate thereby upturn the wishes of Nigerlites in the forthcoming governorship election.

The group said that the ruling party embarked on the new venture after its use of moles failed to yield the desired results of blocking the chances of Umar Muhammad Nasko emerging the PDP’s candidate failed.
Acthecording to it, the APC has in its kitty another plan to sponsor the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to file a suit against Nasko, stressing, “The APC is in a hurry; and it cannot wait for Court proceedings after all previous attempts to stop him from the contest which is the main reason for the suit.”
The group however warned that it would resist further plots against Nasko and his running mate, Ndayako.
Yahaya Mohammed Usman, the director of Communications Nasko-Ndayako Campaign Organisation, disclosed this in Minna.
He said that the APC-led government has been mounting pressure on the judiciary to frustrate the campaigns of the governorship candidate. “Today all of them who wanted the PDP ticket have gone back to their vomits in the APC after serving as moles to subvert the wishes of Nigerlites without success because the people know them and rejected them,” he said.

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