Democratic change would not be possible in the 2015 general election in Nigeria unless all APC aspirants come together as one family, one of APC’s Presidential aspirants, Gov. Rocha Okorocha of Imo state has hinted.
He stated this shortly after he had held a closed-door meeting with his Kano state counterpart, Governor Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso at the Kano Government House on Wednesday.
Gov. Okorocha, therefore, maintained that all the four APC presidential aspirants have promised to work together for the party to win the forthcoming presidential election, noting that this is the only way Nigeria could the much desired change in leadership of the country.
The aspirant said he was in Kano to meet with APC’s Northwest delegates as part of his consultation in respect of his ambition, expressing happiness with warm reception he received from Governor Kwankwaso who is also leading contender for the presidential ticket of the party.
“I am in Kano not for a presidential campaign but rather to familiarize myself with APC stakeholders in the state and Northwest at large”, Chief Okoracha asserted.
Halilu Ibrahim Dantiye, fnge, mni
Director of Press and Public Relations to the Executive Governor of Kano state,