The Executive Secretary, United Adamawa Group for Change, on Saturday said that Gov. Bindow would win over 75 per cent of votes in the APC gubernatorial primary tomorrow Sunday. Timothy said this at while briefing some delegates ahead of tomorrow’s APC guber primary in Yola.
He said that Bindow would poll high votes because he had done for the all three zone in Adamawa State what previous leaders, including former Governors that governed the state could not do, especially on roads.
Timothy cited the ongoing rehabilitation and construction of over five hundred kilometers of road project across the State.
“The Bindow developmental strides in Adamawa has the antidote against rigging and what it takes to win the polls at all levels in 2019.
“We will never allow anybody to rig Bindow out of elections in Adamawa. We shall match them force by force and money for money,” he said.
He urged Bindow not to be weighed down by the gale of defections from the party, saying that “defection is a personal decision.
“It is their decision to defect to other parties, but it is also our choice to remain in APC.”
Timothy stressed the need for APC to nominate Bindow for he has proved to be a credible candidates that would dislodge any of his opponent come 2019.
“The power to elect the party flag bearers is in your hands, he told the delegates,” a man cannot sow where he did not reap, how can the disgraced former SGF, Lawal, Nuhu, Ribadu, Gundiri and co, convince you people to vote for them, when your emergence as delegates is been questioned by same group of people, if you recalled during you election as delegates, they went to a hotel Yola claiming to have finished their factional delegates election and the National secretariat of APC refuse to recognize them and today they are here claiming to be banking your votes to defeat a man that stood for you all this while, reject them tomorrow”. .
“Give us good candidates and we will match the powers-that-be in the state, any how they want it.
“You should not vote for aspirants on sentiments. Vote for aspirants based on their track record and proven competence.”