By Tom Garba
The grand patron of "Fulbe APC support forum for Buhari 2019", Alhaji Abubakar Al'umma said that the Fulani all over the country are united to work for All Progressives Congress (APC) candidates not only in Adamawa but the whole of Nigeria.
Al'umma while endorsing the Governor of Adamawa state, Sen Muhammadu Umar Jibrilla Bindo as their sole gubernatorial candidate in the coming elections at the government banquet hall in Yola Said they don't have any option not to vote for APC candidates.
Abubakar said this in the presence of National Chairman of Miyetti Allah presented by the Taraba state chairman of the association,Alhaji Sahabi Tukur,according to him they have decided to endorsed the leadership of Buhari and Bindo because of their pragmatic style of leadership to Nigeria Masses.
" We are a tribe but our politics is not tribalistic,our loyalty to Gov Bindo is because of he has done and has a general acceptance to all tribes in the state,our over 600,000 PVCs cannot be gambled away to nonentity parties that can't go any where." Alumma Said.
He called on the Fulbe people who came in large numbers during a one on one solidarity visit with the Governor in Government House to make sure that the All Progressives Congress (APC) under the leadership of Buhari have an overwhelming victory from top to bottom in the coming polls
He Said he believe in the ideology of ''sak" slogan of total votes for APC candidates in Adamawa and Nigeria because that will give APC party a leverage to lead in 2019 and beyond.
Al'umma who once represented the federal constituency of Yola South and Yola North during the military era said the Fulbe people have decided their votes for Buhari/Bindo because of the tractable records for the sake of humanity.
"Buhari has done us proud as a nation by doing a lot of projects especially in the north Eastern part of the country, Gov Bindo is one among many governors who exemplify his administration with work that has never been record in his first tenure." Al'umma Said.
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