The People’s Democratic Party, PDP Gubernatorial candidate in Katsina State, Senator Yakubu Lado Danmarke, has promised to use his vast experience and talents in governance, legislation and business skills to develop the state.
Sen Lado pledged to assemble seasoned technocrats and citizens of the state in running an open
and receptive government for the improvement of all across the state.
The statement warned those trying to instigate or create a crisis within the party system will not succeed as “PDP in Katsina state is one big family with no any splinter group or faction”.
On the continued attacks being levelled against its party flag bearer that he is an indigene from Kano state, the PDP Media Council urged the accuser not to forget that history will judge his utterances.
“We all know where you come from, in case you have forgotten, you come from Kafanchan in Kaduna state”, our candidate is an indigene of Katsina state, his father is a large-scale farmer, a philanthropist who has contributed immensely to the economic development of the whole Katsina State. Just for the record.
On the just concluded town hall meeting in Katsina organized by well-meaning individuals in collaboration with the Daily Trust Newspapers and other media outlets which enabled the gubernatorial contestants to speak directly to the electorates, the Katsina PDP campaign council appreciate the value emanated from the meeting which gave him an upper hand.
While appreciating the organizers for hosting the event, Sen. Yakubu Lado has actually proven himself eligible to vie for the number one seat in the state.
On the party leadership tussle in the state, the Chairman of the PDP campaign council, Sen. Ibrahim Tsauri has said its loud and clear times without number that former Governor Ibrahim Shema
remains the PDP leader in Katsina State.
“It is in this light the campaign council is also appreciating the foresight of Governor Shema in spearheading and encouraging Sen. Lado to contest the PDP gubernatorial election in Katsina State twice, first in 2019 and second in 2023”