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I am the most qualified for Adamawa governorship position-Modibbo

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The gubernatorial candidate of the of People Democratic Movement (PDM) Dr.Ahmed Modibbo has boasted that PDM will produce 25 members of the State House of Assembly based on the track record of the candidates
fielded.

He however warned the electorates to be wary of desperate gubernatorial candidates canvassing for their votes in the 11th April gubernatorial election stressing that such candidates may draw back the wheel of progress if elected.

Modibbo who addressed newsmen yesterday in Yola said that the PDM voted for presidential candidate of the APC in the just concluded election adding that this time around, he will defeat other gubernatorial candidates based on his track record.

He debunked insinuations that he has withdrawn from the race for APC   and never dreamt of stepping down for anybody because I am the most qualified candidate.

Modibbo called on his teeming supporters to come out en masse and vote PDM candidates vying for House of Assembly positions in the state.
Meanwhile, a group under the aegis of PDP Christian Supporters Forum for Ribadu has vowed to mobilize block votes of Christians for Mallam Nuhu Ribadu in the 11th April Gubernatorial poll.

The group at a Press Conference in Yola premised its decision on the track record of Ribadu who over the years has shown the world that he has zero tolerance for corruption.

Chairman of the group Eng. Vincent Hassan urged Nigerians to desist from politics of religion and vote for a credible candidate the way and manner Major General Buhari was elected based on his proven track record.

He said Ribadu is the best among the candidates and based on that the group decided to queue behind him regardless of his religious affiliation adding that a vote for him is a vote for rapid socio economic transformation of the state just as he said, if voted, Ribadu will turn Adamawa to status of London in no time noting that Ribadu

will hit the ground running.
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