Nigeria; Lafia: the ADC at about 10.00 - 13:00hours, November 27, 2014, concluded its Party Primary Election. The event took the form of consensus for the offices of the Govenor, State House of Assembly, House of Representatives and the Senate which where all reconfirmed via votting by delegates and candidates for the different offices.
The event, which was free of acrimonies demonstrates a unique attitude by Nigerian politicians who often resort to violence when they loose in elections. By this success, the ADC, as a Party has proved people wrong, people who think that all elections are violent-pron.
Accepting the responsibilities reposed on him by the Party, Group Captain ZAKKA(rtd) PhD, mni, a retired Air force Officer whose tenure as Commander, Nigerian Air Force Camp Abuja is acknowledged to be one of the best; one full innovations is ready to develop the State beyond the imagination of failed leaders.
Highlighting a major area he would pay attention to, he listed insecurity as the most disturbing cancer requring an expert to treat it.
According to him, the progrssive expansion of violences rather than curtailing it is due to the inability of the State Government to deal with the meanace since 1999. He promised to banish the present violence with their perpetrators sanctioned accordingly.
He assured that as one conversant with security management issues; one that Nigeria has invested so much in with three decades of public service experience, he remains the best for Nasarawa State now.
Hitherto, Alhaji Tijani- the State Party Chairman- urged the candidates that getting the Party ticket is not the same with winnind the election. consequently, he enjoined all to work like as a team to wrest power from the APC.
Observing similarly, the State Secretary of the Party, Hon Abimiku Sunday Kukumah, also a legislative candidate noted that, of all the Parties angling for governorship election in the State, the ADC candidate remains the most outstanding and one to beat. He therefore sees the Party forming the next government in Nasarawa State as long as Party members work in a team-like manner to achieve this goal.