2023: You either vote APC or be dealt with – Kano lawmaker warns constituents
A member of the House of Representatives (APC-Kano), Alhassan Ado-Doguwa, has threatened members of his constituency to vote for the All Progressives Congress on election day or prepare to be being dealt with.
Daily Nigerian reports that the Reps majority leader issued the threat at a political rally in Kano state.
Doguwa, a representative of Doguwa/Tudun-Wada Federal Constituency in the green chamber, is seeking reelection to continue his seventh term.
In a video making the rounds online, the lawmaker, who spoke in Hausa language said;
“To God who made me, on election day, you must vote for APC or we deal with you.
“I’m saying it again: on election day you either vote for APC, or we deal with you.
“Repeat after me, in Doguwa you either vote for APC or we deal with you.”
His threat comes days after Kano State chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Abdullahi Abbas, vowed that the party would win the state ‘either by hook or by crook.’
Many stakeholders have called for Doguwa’s arrest, saying that he intends to thwart a peaceful electoral process.
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Meanwhile, the Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress, (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has promised to engage the media interactively after the forthcoming elections in 2023.
He made the promise while speaking at Chatham House, London, United Kingdom, where he also expressed confidence that the electorates will vote for him.
With the general election less than 90 days away, the APC flagbearer gave a lecture in UK titled: ‘Nigeria’s 2023 elections: In conversation with Bola Ahmed Tinubu.’
The former governor of Lagos state also said he is ready to take on the task of leading the country while providing technology-driven growth and development.
Tinubu said; “I have confidence that the Nigerian people will go to the polls in a few short months and give me their mandate.
“I’m ready to lead and govern the country. I will return here to interact with you when the elections are over.”