By Abdulwaheed Olayinka Adubi, Kaduna
Ahead of the forthcoming general elections, the House of Representatives candidate of the African Democratic Congress, ADC; for the Chikun/Kajuru federal constituency, Mrs. Hauwa Abdullahi Gambo, has urged voters in Kaduna state to vote for credible and responsible leaders.
She asserted this while briefing journalists in Kaduna on Wednesday, where she said, most importantly, the eligible voters must ensure that right politicians are elected as their representatives at the National Assembly.
“We must ensure that we vote for credible candidate for the House of Representatives on next Saturday election.
“We must ensure that we vote for credible and capable legislators because without credible and capable legislators our president and governors will be handicapped,” Mrs. Gambo emphasised.
While speaking, she explained further that Nigerians, especially the good people of Kaduna must ensure that bad and old politicians are rejected at the polls.
The lawmaker hopeful added: “we must no longer tolerate bad leadership and bad governance. The only way we can reject bad leadership and bad governance is by voting capability, capacity and credibility.
“I want to appeal to you to go to the polls on Saturday and peacefully vote for the candidates of your choice. We must not indulge in any manner of corruption at the polls because it will affect the kind of leaders we aspired to have.
“I want to remind us that Nigeria is the only country we have, so we must ensure we vote for the right leaders. The only way we can do this is by exercising our civic responsibility by voting the right leaders to make the election credible and violence free.
“My people you deserve the best life has to offer but it depends on who you vote for; the choice you make to represent you at the National Assembly on Saturday.
“I want to call on you to vote for the life you want to live in the next four years because it is right in your hands, use it well. The fuel and naira scarcity are affecting my political ambition because there is a transport issue which was caused by fuel scarcity as well as a cashless crisis which has prevented a good number of my people to be with me, it has prevented them from going to places we love to go today.
“It has affected us the way it affected other Nigerians. We feel the impact of fuel scarcity and we also feel the impact of the cashless crisis.”