2023 Polls: Sardaunan Badarawa Assures PDP Will Win With Landslide


*says APC  mismanaged  country’s human, material resources since 2015


People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Kaduna Central Senatorial Candidate, Usman Ibrahim popularly known as Sardaunan Badarawa has vowed that the party will win 2023 polls with a landslide in a free and credible election.

He made the assertion on Monday November 14, at an inauguration ceremony of Kaduna PDP 2023 campaign committee for Presidential, Gubernatorial, National and State Assemblies’ elections.

Sardaunan Badarawa while berating the All Progressives Congress (APC) for mismanaging the country’s human and material resources since 2015,  assured that all hopes would not be lost with PDP taking over mantle of leadership in 2023.

Sardaunan Badarawa who also holds the title of Santurakin Hausa, revealed that  PDP with its high caliber of candidates would repair all the wrongs done to Nigerians in the last eight years.

” As you all can see for yourselves today, the quality of candidates We have here is a pointer of what Kaduna electorate and by extension, Nigerian voters should expect after the 2023 general elections.

” From our governorship candidate, Hon. Isa Ashiru, to all our three Senatorial flag bearers in the state, Federal and State legislators, I can assure you that we’ll not let you down.

” Our Presidential Candidate is a tested and trusted product that has contributed so much in the growth and development of our democracy.

” We will by the will of God positively change the fortune of this country and put it on a pedestal that should be the envy of others,” he said.

Former Accountant-General and 2011 Kaduna Guber candidate under the platform of the defunct Congress For Progressives Change (CPC), Haruna Sa’id was announced as the DG of PDP Campaign committee.

The committee is saddled with responsibilities of formulating,  organizing and  coordinating all PDP campaign affairs ahead the 2023 general election.


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