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After Losing Presidential Ticket, CoS sympathises with Gov Bala, Says Better Days Ahead

The Chief of Staff, Bauchi State Government House, Aminu Gamawa, has sympathised with Governor Bala Mohammed for his loss at the just concluded People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential primary election.

Gamawa in a press statement issued to journalists in Bauchi, described Governor Bala as a good leader, saying better days are ahead for him.

He pointed out that, the governor’s participation in the just concluded PDP presidential primary election by focusing on issues-based campaign demonstrated his understanding of the problems facing the country and how to solve them.

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“This election was determined by less than 1,000 people, in a country with approximately 200 million people,” Gamawa said. “We are grateful to all our supporters for believing in His Excellency and his  Nigeria First Project.”

According to him, “Governor Bala Mohammed’s efforts in Bauchi State as a governor is a testimony that shows us that he is a doer. His government was able to accomplish a lot with less resources in just 3 years.

“His Excellency, the Bauchi Governor is a compassionate, smart,  humble, intelligent, innovative,  hardworking, patriotic, strict, fair, sincere, loyal, forgiving, prudent, courageous, generous, energetic,  just, and God-fearing. He is a leader, intellectual, father, mentor, friend, politician, and statesman who always demand and expect for the best in us.”

READ: Bauchi SSG ‘Secretly Resigns’, Cleared As Gov’ship Candidate…But For Bala Mohammed To Reclaim Ticket If He Loses Presidential Primaries

WikkiTimes had detailed how the governor intends to reclaim his governorship ticket should he lose at the presidential primary. According to the report, the Secretary to the Bauchi State Government, Ibrahim Kashim, secretly resigned and was cleared to succeed governor Bala, if he did not encounter defeat in presidential primary.

The governor could have lose both ways if his proxy had not secure the guber ticket.

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