To lead APC to victory, we’ll bring our experience to bear — Anga
One of the recent defectors to the governing All Progressives Congress (APC) in Nasarawa State, Inusa Muhammed Anga, has vowed to bring in his wealth of experience that will lead the party to victory beyond 2027.
Inusa Muhammed, who was the Accord Party (AP) Gubernatorial Candidate in the 2023 general election in the state, was among the persons that official joined the APC led government last Saturday in Lafia, alongside Sen. Solomon Ewuga.
The former Accord Party stalwart, who was speaking in an interview with Newsmen in Lafia, said he was confident with the initiatives and policy direction of Governor Abdullahi Sule, to salvage citizens from hardship and for developing the state to enviable height.
According to Anga, he was satisfied with the achievements of the present administration, particularly in the areas of roads networking, attracting investments and employment opportunities, security of lives and property and promoting peace and unity among diverse ethnic groups in the state.
He, however expressed optimism that, the coming on board of Senator Solomon Ewuga, and former APC House of representative candidate Safiyanu Maizuma into APC family, would add more strength to the party.
Anga said, with the caliber of recent defectors, the party should go to sleep, as nothing would stop APC returning to power in 2027.
He assured the party of their readiness to work for interest of APC and to mobilize support at the grassroot level towards the overall development of the state.