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  • Updated: January 16, 2023

Governor Bala Campaigns In Jama'are, Canvases Support For Atiku

Governor Bala Campaigns In Jama'are, Canvases Support For At

Governor Bala Muhammad of Bauchi state

Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed has led his campaign team to Jama'are Local Government Area of the state to canvas support for his reelection bid.

The governor also called for people to vote the People's Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar in the forthcoming general elections.

He further announced that he would create more District Heads in the area.

He explained that the move was to enable the emirate council compete favorably with its counterparts in terms of development. 

The governor made this known on Monday while addressing a mammoth crowd of supporters. 

Governor Bala assured that if the people vote for all PDP candidates at all levels, they should expect more dividends of democracy. 

The governor's running mate, Mohammed Auwal Jatau who is from the LGA appealed to the people to come out in their numbers to vote for the PDP. 

Also speaking, the PDP campaign council Director-General, Faruk Mustapha and the state's party chairman, Hamza Kosher Akuyam commended the people of the LGA for the massive turnout to receive the governor. 

The governor also received members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) who decamped to the PDP in the LGA.

The governor received them alongside the party chairman Akuyam while urging them to work tirelessly in ensuring victory for the PDP in the forthcoming general elections.

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