Mr Liman also said the meeting was called by the party leadership to discuss mode of primaries, zoning of governorship positions and setting up of the committee of reconciliation or consensus among the aspirants for various elective positions.
“We have resolved to adopt indirect primaries to produce candidates for various positions of the party. We resolved to set up a reconciliation committee or consensus were necessary, and also resolved that the governorship candidate of the party should be produced from the central zone of the state,” he said.
Mr Liman also thanked the stakeholders for attending the meeting and for their cooperation towards the development of the party,He urged APC members in the state to remain united so that the party could retain power in the 2019 general elections.
The Zamfara central zone comprises four local government areas of Gusau, Bungudu, Tsafe and Maru. The zone has never produced the governor of the state since its creation.
This is coming on the heels of recent development in the state that the serving commissioner of finance in the state, Mukhtar Idris, who is also from Zamfara central is being supported by Governor Abdul’aziz Yari for the governorship ticket of the party.
Meanwhile among the four aspirants that met earlier, the current deputy governor, Ibrahim Wakkala, and the speaker of the State House of Assembly, Sanusi Rikiji, are from the central zone. The commissioner of education, Muttaka Rini, is from Zamfara west zone while House of Reps member, representing Kaura-Namoda/Birnin-Magaji federal constituency, Aminu Sani-Jaji, is from the Northern zone.
Source: Naija News