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Jonathan ‘ll win 2011 polls – Sambawa

By Abdulsalam Muhammad
KANO—Former Minister of Internal Affairs, and a Director, Goodluck/Sambo campaign Organisation, Alhaji Saidu Sambawa last weekend declared that Jonathan will win the PDP primaries with or without the inclusion of appointees as delegates.

Alhaji Saidu Sambawa told newsmen in Kano that President Jonathan is ahead of others contestants going by the goodwill he enjoins from Nigerians, adding that the campaign Organization is confident of victory.

The former Minister stated that the PDP as a party will not stop or coerce the   National Assembly from executing their statutory function, stressing  constitutional amendment is a prerogative right of the legislators.

“We don’t make law, it’s made by the National Assembly and if they so decides I don’t think any one can stop them.  we voted them and they are our representatives if they decides to includes the Governor appointee or President appointees what can we do?, Saidu Sambawa queried.

The former minister commended the courage of aspirants who had so far revealed their intention to slug it out with Mr. President, pointing out that Presidential primaries or election is not an easy task.

Presidential primaries or presidential election is not an easy it task and  for anyone to come out and say he is contesting it’s equally not an easy task which perhaps explains why  we have fewer contestants’ Sambawa revealed.

Alhaji Sambawa dismissed insinuation over President Jonathan capability to rule the country, adding that the man in question is ‘energetic and has demonstrated the readiness to transform the country.

Alhaji Saidu Sambawa described Goodluck/Sambo ticket as a balance in recent Nigeria political history, stressing that the duos are intellectuals of repute that knows what it takes to rule a complex country like Nigeria .

The weekend visit by Goodluck/Sambo Campaign Organization witnessed  a quantum leap as thousands of PDP supporters celebrated the triumphant entry of the Campaign out fit in to the city.


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