As party primaries draw nearer, Kaduna Central Senatorial Aspirant on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC), Hon. Usman Ibrahim has embarked on a tour of his constituency to meet with delegates and Excos of APC to canvass their votes at the forthcoming party primaries slated to take place at the end of September this Year.
The Senatorial hopeful campaign train was received by tumultuous party supporters at Kajuru, Chikun, Giwa and Birnin-Gwari Local Government Areas of Kaduna Central Federal Constituency where he pledged to make a positive impacts on the lives of people at the grassroots if he clinched his party’s nomination and elected Senator at 2019 General Elections.
Party Excos at all Local Governments visited by Hon. Ibrahim complained of neglect by past and present representatives of Kaduna Central Zone at the Senate.
“We are pained and disappointed by our past and incumbent senators who came here during campaigns and promised us all sorts of good things and never came back after we have elected them.
“You can see the deplorable condition of our roads; our graduates cannot be gainfully employed after spending so much to see them through schools these and many other societal problems we have been battling with over the years with no messiah is sights”. A community leader in Kajuru, Musa Benjamin lamented.
In Birnin –Gwari, the story was not different, it was a harvest of supporters when the senatorial hopeful visited as people spilled from adjoining streets onto the Birnin-Gwari highway that links Kaduna with western part of Nigeria, chanting solidarity slogans of Usman Ibrahim who had a difficult time addressing the mammoth crowd that had converged on the Town’s Primary School due to ceaseless chants of his praises from the crowd said he would be in regular touch with his constituency with the aim of interacting with them and intervening in areas within his power.
It will be recalled that Hon Ibrahim had alleged that APC delegate of Kaduna Central Zone had been instructed by the party leadership in the state not to receive him when he visits to solicit their vote for party primaries.