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Buhari, APC are no threats, says Shema

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Buhari, APC are no threats, says Shema

NEWISSUES, Abuja

Katsina State Governor Ibrahim Shema yesterday said the All Progressives Congress (APC) will not pose any threat to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2015.

 

Speaking with State House correspondents in Abuja, he said the involvement of former presidential candidate, Muhammad Buhari, with the opposition party would not be a threat.

 

The governor said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) government had touched the lives of the people and that would be its advantage in 2015.

 

He said: “I believe in service and I believe in God. You know my business is that of the PDP and that of the people and leaders of the PDP. That’s how it starts and that’s how it ends.

 

“I don’t take time discussing other parties or other individuals. My party is doing well and we will even do more for Nigerians.

 

“I am confident because we have done a lot of work. Go there and see for yourself. Politics is about service, it is about the fear of God, it is about managing resources, human and material.

 

“To the best of my ability, we are doing just that in Katsina and we are confident that with the services we have delivered to our people, God will not let us down.

 

“I tell you, my business is to strengthen my party; to continue to work to build bridges and to reduce the level of the problems we are having.

 

“Any human organisation the size of the PDP will have challenges anywhere in the world. Even in families, the large extended African families have challenges.

 

“So our size demands challenges and demands all hands to be on deck. But the challenges are not insurmountable because PDP remains the only platform that is owned by all Nigerians, it doesn’t belong to any section of the country or individual, it belongs to all Nigerians. There is no section, no religion, no tribe that is not in PDP.”

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