By Israel Bulus, Kaduna
The former Commissioner for Local government that was sacked by the Kaduna state Governor Hon. Mikaiah Tokwak said that, any Southern Kaduna person that voted for el-Rufai from the party level and beyond come 2019 at the general elections is a curse.
He stated this on Thursday 29th March, 2018 at the Ham project symposium with a theme ” Mobilizing Women and Youths in Politics Now and Beyond in Kwo the headquarters of Jaba LG.
According to him, “go and tell the present governor that I MikaiahTokwak said any Southern Kaduna person that voted for this Man either during Primary election or general election is a curse to his people.
Maikaya Tokwak who was quoted saying, “el-Rufai is a governor today because of Southern Kaduna, his people did not vote him during the elections.”
He disclosed that, “Southern Kaduna gave him 75 percent of their vote. I am not lying see my brother Husseini Dembo.
“When things started going astray, Senator Hunkuyi call us for a meeting with this Man, we got talking and what the man will say was that we are 30 percent in Kaduna state but we dominated the civil service 100 percent adding, the Northern part has never ask.”
“el-Rufai further said that he dont need one vote from Southern Kaduna, Zones I and II will vote for him.
“If the governor said he does not need one vote from you why should you vote for him? He asked.
Former commissioner of commerce in Kaduna state and chairman of the occasion, Honorable Hussaini Dembo said women and youth in Ham must involve themselves in politics.
Earlier, the organiser of the Ham Project and organiser of the symposium, Hon. Larai Ishaku said the purpose of organizing the program was to further enlighten Women and Youth on the importance of involving themselves in politics by taking advantage of the ongoing continues voter registration.
Speaking separately, the National Coordinator Southern Kaduna Peoples Union, Youth wing, Comrade Nasiru Jagaba, PDP youth leader, Comrade Danjuma Sarki challenged women and youth not to allow themselves to be used and dumped during and after elections.