Monday, December 11

Adamawa Northern Senator Abbo endorses Sunny for APC nat’l chairman

Adamawa Northern Senator Abbo endorses Sunny for APC nat’l chairman
….says is a dogged fighter
The ambition of Chief Sylvester Sunny Moniedafe who is aspiring for the chairmanship seat of the All Progressives Congress (APC) received a boost as the Senator representing Northern zone, Mr. Ishaku Abbo endorsed him for the seat.
The Jagaban Jimeta, Sunny yesterday Senator Ishaku Abbo (SIA) described him a dogged fighter for the national assignment of the APC shall the party eventually zone the office to the north East
In an exclusive interview with our reporter, Senator Abbo was highly impressed by the doggedness, resilience, fighting spirit, and determination of the Jagaban Jimeta, attested that is highly impressed by the way is going about his aspiration of a never a do or die game.
According to him, Moniedafe is not just a “political push over” despite standing in a contest with several former Governors, Former and serving Senators who are very popular and influential in Nigerian politics.
Abbo extolled him as a very educated aspirant of the party and has always been a party man, administrator per excellence. He is proud that someone from his state is contesting for the national chairmanship of their great party.
While praying to God Almighty to make him the next party chairman that will consolidate the good work of the Acting chairman His Excellency Mai Mala Buni.
He said APC needs a unifier now more than ever and the Jagaban JiSouth-south is South south ancestral linkages, born and bred up in the heart of Jimeta, Yola North local government and married an Adamawa woman, there is no better candidate the party needs at this time other than him.
He is therefore calling on all Adamawa state APC national assembly political office holders, state house of Assembly members, Zonal, State, Local and Ward levels leaders of APC to rally round the sunny and support his ambition which will be of tremendous benefit to the State in particular and Nigeria in general.

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