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Namdas upbeat about Adamawa 2023 governorship race

By Emmanuel Samaila, Yola
19 April 2022   |   3:45 am
The Adamawa State All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant and House of Representatives member, representing Toungo, Jada, Genyi/Mayo- Belwa, Federal Constituency Alhaji Abdulrazaq Namdas, has expressed optimism that he will win the 2023 governorship election, if given the ticket by the party.

Abdulrazak Namdas

The Adamawa State All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant and House of Representatives member, representing Toungo, Jada, Genyi/Mayo- Belwa, Federal Constituency Alhaji Abdulrazaq Namdas, has expressed optimism that he will win the 2023 governorship election, if given the ticket by the party.

While speaking to journalists in Yola, Namdas said that his wealth of experience as a journalist, national lawmaker and former deputy governorship candidate placed him in a better position to win election for APC.

Namdas, who said that journalists are in a better position to pilot affairs of leadership position in Nigeria, urged more journalists to come to the rescue of the people by contesting for political positions.

“As a journalist you see both side of the coins and it make it easy for you to take actions that can bring positive results to your people”, he stated.

On the issue of consensus in his party, he said, “all the aspirants are discussing, but if consensus did not work, delegates will take the final decision.”

Namdas said that he received a boost from some members of the Peoples Democratic Party that decamped into APC and expressed confidence that he will not only pick his party’s governorship ticket, but also win the election.

Namdas, who ended his tour of the 21 local governments in the state to consult APC stakeholders on his aspiration assured member that APC will return to Adamawa Government House by 2023.

He disclosed that as chairman, House Committee on defence, he has the keys to resolve insecurity in Adamawa State.