The Zamfara All Progressives Congress (APC), has warned that politics of bitterness and rancour would worsen the security challenges in the State.
The Secretary, Zamfara State chapter of the APC, Hon. Ibrahim Umar Birinin Magaji, stated this in an exclusive interview with DAILY POST in Gusau, the State capital.
He advised opponents of Governor Bello Matawalle to sustain the State’s political tradition of unity and peace to move the State forward.
Magaji noted that despite the current political tussle between Governor Matawalle and former Governor Abdul Aziz Yari, they still maintained their cordial relationship, which he said would help in developing the State.
He said: “I can recall how the fraternal and cordial political relationship between Governor Matawalle and former Governor Abdul Aziz Yari, which was strengthened by Senator Ahmad Sani Yarima, has yielded beneficial results to the State,”
He emphasized that the ruling party was very much ready to and willing to make peace with its members who refused to revalidate their membership.
“The party had made some strategic plans to sanitize and develop the political activities of the State in its position as the ruling party,” he said.
Magaji said that all hands need to be on deck to fight the security challenges in the State, stressing that politics of bitterness and rancour should be eliminated through a formidable political front.