Bauchi state governor and a presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Bala Mohammed has declared he would reunite Nigerians and reposition the country for more development.
Bala gave the assurance on Tuesday in Jalingo while consulting Governor Darius Ishaku and the Taraba state (PDP) delegates. He explained that his career has made him understand Nigeria better than any other aspirants in the (PDP), and that he would not be a regional president if elected president of the country.
The presidential aspirant told delegates at the event that the country’s situation demands immediate intervention of the PDP to save the nation and her people from total collapse and build a better future for the younger ones.
Bala disclosed that, in an event of fair process that may not favour him for another credible Nigerian in the PDP that can appeal to the minds of all Nigerians and return the country’s lost glory and reputation with total eradication of the growing insecurity and hunger, he would do all within his reach to ensure the candidate emerge victorious at the general election.
He lamented the sectionalism and tribal sentiments being displayed in the Buhari led (APC) government that has divided Nigerians and injected the spirit of no trust amongst the people, promising to correct the narrative.
“I wish to advise you the delegates to choose wisely. Our country is in danger of total collapse and the PDP is the only solution for the nation’s rescue.
“The APC has divided the country and the people, the insecurity has taken it highest pick because Nigerians are no longer together. The PDP need to immediately rescue the country from where it’s heading to, Nigeria is the only country we have and we can’t allow it collapes as targeted by the APC,” Bala appealed.
Governor Darius Ishaku in his response said, a country without security and economy was next to a banana republic.
He described Bala Mohammed as an excellent leader that Nigerians need to use as a tool to reposition the country to her better days for a prosperous society.
Earlier, Dr. Agbo Emmanuel the campaign (DG), told delegates that the PDP were looking for the best candidate that would wrestle power from the failed APC and return the country to her better days for more development.