Jutha Gupah, Damaturu

December 30, 2022.

The Yobe State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has inaugurated the electioneering campaign council for the 2023 general elections.

The APC Secretary, Abubakar Bakabe, in a statement, yesterday (Friday), in Damaturu disclosed that the Chairman of the campaign council is Sen. Ibrahim Gaidam.

He said that Gaidam represents Yobe East senatorial district at the National Assembly.

According to him, the campaign council committee comprises eight other members for ruling party in the state.

“Other members on the committee include Sen. Ahmed Lawan, Governor Mai Mala Buni, the deputy chairman of the electioneering campaign council,” he said.


Besides, he added that Sen. Bukar Abba Ibrahim, is the grand patron of the party, Sen. Mohammed Hassan, Director General of campaign council). Lawan Shettima Ali, Deputy Director General for Yobe east, Professor Bello Muhammad Bello Kawuwa, Deputy Director General Yobe north Muhammad Ismail Nguru, Deputy Director General for Yobe south senatorial district and  Barma Shettima, is the secretary of the inaugurated  council.

He said their selections into the campaign council were based on their commitments and dedication to the party with the confidence repose in them.

He, therefore, tasked the council to deliver and take APC to sweep the 2023 polls in 2023 general elections in the state.

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