Lamido Pledges To Support Daniel’s PDP Chairmanship Ambition

Sule Lamido and Gbenga Daniel. Photo: Twittter

A former governor of Jigawa state, Sule Lamido, has backed Gbenga Daniel for the national chairmanship of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Lamido made this known at a closed-door meeting with the former governor of Ogun state at his home in Bamaina, Jigawa state on Sunday.

The former Jigawa governor said the sole task ahead of PDP is rescuing Nigeria from a government that should be for all Nigerians but is now the architect of her division.

Lamido said: ”Only PDP can rescue Nigeria. The formation of PDP at inception was to liberate the country from military rule and stabilize it.

”Gbenga, the task before you is enormous. You will have to unite the party and refocus it. I know you very very well and I know you can lead. You and I are from Baba’s dynasty.”

Speaking, Daniel said he is aware of the huge responsibility the position requires and he is up to the task.

He reiterated the disappointment of citizens who voted the All Progressives Congress (APC) into power.

”When we lost election in 2015, we folded our hands to see the change they promised but going round the country today, it is glaring everyone has rejected the change,” Daniel said.

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