Ahead of the upcoming gubernatorial election in Kaduna State, the Labour Party (LP) in the state has reiterated that Hon. Jonathan Asake, the governorship candidate of the LP in Kaduna State, would not step down for Hon. Isa Ashiru Kudan of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), as reported by Vanguard.
Malachiy Gwatiyap, the Coordinator of the Presidential Campaign Council of the Labour Party, while addressing a press conference in Kaduna, said that the LP’s gubernatorial candidate would contest in the upcoming election and coast to victory.
According to his statement, “it has come to our notice that some politicians in the People Democratic Party (PDP) who are due for retirement but are bent on clinching power are into a campaign of calumny against the gubernatorial candidate of the Labour Party. They have used fake propaganda in opposition to our candidate and it failed; they have also deceived some clergymen into believing that our party have agreed to work collectively with their party in other to defeat the All Progressives Congress, APC.”
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