An All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart in Adamawa State, Alh Musa Halilu Ahmed who is the traditional title holder of Dujima Adamawa has pledged to use his influence, wealth and connections to ensure the party emerged victorious in Adamawa come 2023 general election.
Ahmed who made the pledge during a courtesy call on him by the newly elected APC exco led by the state chairman, Alh. Ibrahim Bilal in Abuja, said, Adamawa State is a natural APC ecosystem saying that the state must be returned to its natural base.
Dujima Adamawa who expressed happiness with the hitch free election that returned the new exco urged the party leadership to entrench unity of purpose and cooperation between all members to ensure it’s victory in 2023.
He also urged all party faithful to give the new exco the needed cooperation so as to emerge victorious in the next general election which is just a stone throw from now.
Ahmed who reiterated his determination and commitment to the party’s return to power in the state, said, only APC has the wherewithal, capacity and the political will to turn around the fortunes of the state for the good of all.
He noted that the Muhammadu Buhari APC led government has brought tremendous development into the state urging the people not to relent in their support for more democracy dividends to accrue to the state.
Appreciating Dujima Adamawa for his contributions to the development of the party and the state, the Adamawa State chairman of APC, Ibrahim Bilal described Musa Halilu Ahmed as a rare patriot and true loyalist of the party.
Bilal noted that Dujima Adamawa has brought a lot of moderation into the party that was instrumental to its landmark strides in the state urging him to maintain the tempo.
He promised to ensure renewed unity and cooperation in the party for it to emerge victorious come 2023 general polls stating that Adamawa is the natural home of the APC.
He called on all party faithful to lend his leadership and unconditional support to ensure the victory of the party adding that with support from people like Dujima, winning the next general election won’t be a daunting task.