Our Political Party will rule Nigeria for 100 Years - House of Representatives Member
Yusif Gagdi is one of the member in the Federal House Of Representatives ,representing Pankshin /Kanke /Kanam federal constituency.
While speaking ,Yusif Gagdi stated that All Progressive party has been gaining more followers since 2015. APC performance over the six years would make Nigerians from six Geopolitical zone to vote for All progressive party in 2023.
" From the crowd you have seen here in my constituency proved that our party will hold powers for the next One hundred years. With great achievement led by APC Government at various levels, All progressive party will retain powers beyond 2023.
However, Yusif Gagdi who is the the member in the Federal House Of Representatives Member added that with registration validating exercise more Nigerian will join APC . More followers will boost APC party to hold power in the next One Hundred Years in Nigeria.
As the Member in the Federal House Of Representatives speak out on the ruling party .People got reaction on Twitter.
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