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Gov. Dankwambo dismisses speculations that he is working with Tambuwal against Atiku

Alhaji Ibrahim Dankwambo
The Gombe State governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Dankwambo, has dismissed a speculation that he is in alliance with the Sokoto State governor, Aminu Tambuwal, to betray Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

Dankwambo assured that he is solidly behind the former vice president, promising Atiku of delivering the entire North-East to the PDP in the coming presidential election.

The Gombe State governor, who is the chairman of the Atiku Campaign Organisation in the North-East, said this in a statement made available to newsmen through his Senior Special Assistant on Press Affairs, Alhaji Junaid Usman Abubakar.

The statement read: “Dankwambo is not being led by Tambuwal; so, everybody is on his own.

“But be rest assured that Dankwambo is a man of principle and a loyal party member. His yes is yes and his no is no.

“Once he accepted the outcome of the PDP presidential election and promised to support Atiku, so be it; he can never change gear.

“He is not a man with Janus face. He looks straight ahead once he has taken a course of action. If you must know, Dankwambo is highly principled.

“At least you could see this in the unprecedented crowd that was recorded when Atiku came to Gombe. We are not joking here. Dankwambo will not only deliver Gombe to Atiku and Usman Nafada who is contesting for governor, he will deliver the entire North-east of Gombe, Bauchi, Borno, Yobe, Adamawa and Taraba States.

“We will beat the APC hands down in all the elections in the North-east and Dankwambo has set about this task, and will never join the band of anybody holding secret meetings with the opposition. Dankwambo, my boss, will never play Judas.”

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