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Muhammad Barde Will Deliver Gombe To PDP in 2023



A political group in Gombe State, ‘Bridge The Gap’ has called on the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state to ensure the governorship ticket is secured by a former Managing Director of Sun Trust Bank, Mr Jibrin Muhammad Barde, submitting that he is the candidate to beat ahead the 2023 elections.



In a statement signed by the Publicity Secretary, Dr. Rasheed Yusuf, on Monday in Abuja, the group described Barde as a unifier and a man whose goodwill cuts across the political divides, and as such capable of winning the state for the PDP.


The group added that the PDP in Gombe State has a better chance of winning all the elective positions because of the poor performance of the Governor Inuwa Yahaya led administration.


Yusuf called on the delegates to put public interests ahead of their personal concerns in order to install Barde as the candidate to fly the flag of the party after the primary election.



The Statement reads in parts: “Ours is an association of.professionals determined to bridge the gap politically in Gombe State. And while not undermining the strength of other aspirants who are eminently qualified to govern the state, but after a thorough and painstaking investigation, we are convinced that Jibrin Muhammad Barde is the man to beat.


“He is courageous and prepared for the job and has a blueprint that will restore the abused glory of the state. The choice of Barde will send shivers down the spine of the APC became they are aware that he is a house hold name in the state, who ha been able to appeal to the emotions of both young and old with his philanthropy and has shown capacity to take over from Gov Inuwa on May 29 2022.



“We as a group would pol resources together, Mobilise the youths, women, old and young to ensure victory for the PDP and for Jibrin Barde during the primary election and during the guber polls.


“Barde has been the only aspirant in PDP that has stood up to the incompetence of the APC government by exposing some of their shady deals and the inherent corruptions in the award of contracts among others”

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