Polls: Group Accuses Buhari’s Inlaw of Causing Adamawa Loss

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By; JACOB ONJEWU DICKSON

A leader of a political Group known as Halilu Moodi campaign awareness has revolted and turned arch enemies by denouncing their loyalty to the founder and financier of the association.

Ahmadu Sabo Baban Dako who addressed journalists in Yola amidst hundreds of APC supporters, accused Mahmoud Halilu (Modi) younger brother to Aisha, wife to President Muhammadu Buhari of contributing immensely to APC’s  loss in last Saturday’s presidential elections in Adamawa State.

Dako fingered Modi as the enemy of President Muhammadu Buhari who was instrumental to weakening the votes that Buhari would have gotten for APC.

According to him, Modi mobilised each leader of polling units with 10,000 Naira and told them not to go out for votes because he wants Governor Muhammadu Umar Jibrilla Bindo not to deliver Adamawa State.

“I want the whole world to know that Buhari’s In-law is the main that caused APC’s failure in Adamawa State.

“On eve to the last Saturday’s elections, Modi called all his supporters in Abba Mahmoud’s house where 10,000 Naira was given to each polling unit to go and relax not to work for APC because they want to disgrace Gov Bindow.

“At exactly 1pm, in the wee hours of Saturday chided us to go and relax or if we like we should work for PDP. This to me is practically anti party and efforts to disgrace our party which I can never accept,” he said.

Baban Dako said :”Abuja politicians are fighting Gov Bindo for no reason, let people know this well no one loves and is working for Buhari like Bindow in Adamawa State.”

” I’m the ALGON chairman of Halilu Modi group and we are now saying that enough is enough of this blackmail against Bindow, we denounced our support and loyalty to him, we are now pro Bindow and by God’s grace next week Saturday, we will all work to deliver APC in Adamawa State.

“We are working for nobody else than Bindow, he is our next Governor by God’s grace,” he stressed.

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