By Yahaya Idris.
Matawalle Campaign Organization has raised the alarmed over an offensive and treacherous song in circulation and being sponsored by yet to identify person or group with aim to tarnish his hard earned image built over the years.
Barrister Labaran Shuaibu Magaji, a senatorial aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Nasarawa West, on Wednesday, through it Campaign Organization distanced itself from a trending abusive song against the party’s National Chairman, Senator Abdullahi Adamu.
This was contain in a statement issued by it’s Publicity Secretary, Abba Salisu Maikankan, disclosed the aspirant strongly condemn the act and cautioned those behind it to henceforth desist before it is too late.
The spokesperson described principal as a man of high pedigree whose antecedent were how to provide leadership to the people of Nasarawa west district.
“Our leader is a committed democrat and law abiding citizen whose commitment to issue-based campaign is no bound.
“For the avoidance of doubt, our amiable senatorial aspirant, Barrister Labaran Shuaibu Magaji, who is a committed democrat and law abiding citizen, will never resort to such demeaning conduct, as to turn his aspiration to represent the people of Nasarawa West Senatorial District into a near do-or-die affair.
“The Matawalle Campaign Organisation therefore, completely dissociates itself from the said song, whose author remains a mystery, but who was heard also mentioning the name of our principal, Matawallen Toto,” the statement added.
Magaji who had lost the primary election of the party held on June 04, 2022 to Architect Shehu Ahmad Tukur challenged the outcome at the Federal High Court, Lafia and emerged victorious.
The Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja has however set aside the judgment of the trial Court and affirmed Architect Tukur as candidate of the party for this year’s general elections.
He’s since indicated interest to approach the apex court in order to reclaim what’s termed “stolen mandate”.