Nigerian Guber Polls: PDP Threats Responsible for Low Turn Out–El-Rufai

By Mohammad Ibrahim

Kaduna (Nigeria) – All Progressive Congress Governorship Candidate in Kaduna Northwest Nigeria, Nasir El-Rufai has blamed the Peoples Democratic Party for the low turn out of electorates in the ongoing governorship elections in the state.

It was gathered that there was voters apathy within the metropolis.

The opposition candidate arrived the venue of the accreditation at his 024 polling unit along Murnona road, Unguwar Sarki GRA around 9:55 am.

Fielding question from newsmen, El-Rufai said the electorates were bothered about the PDP thugs.

” People are bothered about the miscreants PDP promised to unleashed on them.

” But we have been assured by the police and army that there will be enough security on ground to forestall any violence.

” So am calling on voters to come out and exercise their civic right.

On his chances El-Rufai said ” APC has a wide acceptance in Kaduna and so we are optimistic that at the end of the day, it’s people that will decide,” he said.

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