I don’t need anybody’s blood to become Nasarawa gov – Maku

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THE immediate past Minister Information and governorship candidate All Progressives Grand Alliance () in Nasarawa State, Mr Labaran Maku, on Wednesday, sternly warned his followers not to engage the either in physical or verbal assault, saying he did not need any blood to become the next governor the state.
He gave the warning during a press in Lafia, the state capital.
Maku, who also admonished both the candidates the All Progressives Congress (APC), Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura and Alhaji Yusuf Agabi the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to call their supporters to order to stop destroying his billboards, told members not to engage opposition, matter the level violence unleashed before, during and after the .[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10″]
According to him, “my billboards are in the heart the people and they can never be removed. You should not fight because I don’t need the blood anything to become the governor.
“So, whoever believes in Labaran Maku must not fight, you must not throw stones, even to kill an ant, but defend your polling units.
matter the level of violence they unleashed, matter the level of manipulations, matter the they spent for agencies, God will still deliver me on Saturday. It is not about because in 2011, incumbent government has than Al-Makura, but there were volunteers, so he believes now that he is in the government, everybody would be bought, money will fail on Saturday,” he said.


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