According to a news that was published by the Punch Newspaper online this morning, it was reported that the Chief spokesman for the Labour Party's Presidential Campaign Council, Yunusa Tanko, during an interview with Punch correspondent, has reacted when he was asked to reveal the states that the Labour Party's flag bearer, would win the Northern region.
During the interview, he was asked the states the Labour Party were hoping to win in the North, aside from Taraba State, Plateau State, Benue State and perhaps Nasarawa State, that the party's critics claimed they have penetrated.
Yunusa, while responding to this said that, he does not want to make assertions, but he was assuring Nigerians that the party will get enough votes in the North-West geopolitical zone and even in the North-East zone.
He said, "Do not forget Gombe state, Taraba State, Adamawa State, Niger State and Abuja in addition to the ones you earlier mentioned. In some parts of Katsina State, Kwara State, Kaduna State and Kano State states, we will get our votes. It will surprise a lot of people."
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