PDP’s Ahmadu Ali’s Son Joins Gubernatorial Race In Kogi
Mohammed Nasarudeen Ali, son of former People’s Democratic Party (PDP) National Chairman, Dr. Ahmadu Ali has joined the league of governorship aspirants in Kogi State for the November 16 election.
Naija News reports that Mohammed Nasarudeen Ali, announced his intention to contest the PDP ticket in Abuja on Monday, July 1.
While declaring his intention to contest, Nasarudeen Ali said he has lagged behind for too long.
Ali refused to access the performance of the state’s All Progressives Congress (APC)-led administration, he said he was not out for any critic or to condemn any candidate.
He added that he was the only one present in the race that has set up an industry in the state and employing several young men and providing means of livelihood for families.
Mohammed Ali said he plans to replicate that gesture in all parts of the state once elected governor.
His intention to secure the ticket of the PDP comes after the Senator representing Kogi west senatorial district, Dino Melaye also announced his plans to contest in the election.
Melaye had since kicked started his campaign, especially on social media.