Barr. Ibrahim Tukur El-Sudi, the chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Taraba State, declared on Monday that state party delegates would award Rotimi Amaechi, the former minister of transportation, 90 percent of their votes to win the party’s presidential ticket.
During Amaechi’s presidential consultative visit to Jalingo, the state capital, the APC chairman made the revelation.
El-Sufi expressed gratitude to Amaechi for his “enormous interest” in Taraba State, and guaranteed to deliver at least 90 percent of the delegates’ votes to the presidential candidate.
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“Because our delegates know how to separate the wheat from the chaff, we can assure you that you will receive 90% of our votes.” Because our Emir has already spoken, you may expect a 90 percent assurance (delegate votes).
“We know how you rose through the ranks in Rivers State to become a member of the House of Assembly, Governor twice, and by the grace of God, you recently resigned as a Minister.” The majority of our delegates are lawmakers, and I am confident they will get along swimmingly with you,” El-Sudi promised.
Earlier, presidential candidate Rotimi Amaechi told the delegates that Taraba State is important to Nigeria since it is one of the country’s top food producers.
Amaechi claims that he will expand on President Muhammadu Buhari’s existing agricultural programmes to improve Taraba State, which is known for its agricultural wealth.
The former minister also vowed to invest in the Mambilla hydroelectric project in Taraba State to enhance power generation and distribution while also creating jobs.
“Believe me when I say that I’m going to invest in the Mambilla Power Plant.” I know what’s wrong with Mambilla since I was one of the people that went to China to negotiate it. So, by voting for me, you are voting for yourself, since the jobs that will be produced here will be for Taraba residents. Agriculture is the next crucial area in which I will invest, and the value chain will bring Taraba industrial development,” Amaechi predicted.
According to reports, the presidential candidate also paid a visit to Alhaji Abbas Tafida, the Emir of Muri, at his palace in Jalingo.