As general elections draws nearer, Yobe State Association of Deaf under the auspices of APC Forum, has endorse former director of finance and supply in Yobe State, Dr Aji Kolomi Ajiko, to clinch the APC ticket for the office of the executive governor of Yobe State in next year’s general elections.
The association assured Dr Aji Kolomi (Ajiko) hundred per cent of their support to his gubernatorial aspiration and dedicated 15 of their members who will be part of every tour his campaign organisation will embark upon.
The leader of the association, Audu Kasim, who disclosed this during delivering a letter of endorsement in Damaturu, Yobe State, started that this is the first time the group is endorsing a particular gubernatorial aspirant and promise to do their best in ensuring his victory.
He said that, among the aspirants contesting for governorship position under the platform of the APC party, Dr Aji Ajiko has the quality to occupy the seat of the governor.
In his response, the gubernatorial aspirant, Dr Ajiko assured the association that if elected as the governor of Yobe State for the forthcoming general election, he will not discriminate against any citizen of Yobe including people with special abilities.
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