… Urges supporters to ignore falsehood about working for APC or PDP
By Israel Bulus, Kaduna
The Labour Party (LP) Senatorial candidate for Southern Kaduna Senatorial Zone, Engr. Micheal Auta has advised his supporters to ignore those peddling false rumour and propaganda that he’s working for the All Progressives Congress (APC) or the People Democratic party (PDP) in the State.
In a statement on Sunday, Auta said it was unfortunate that anyone would level such unfounded allegation against his person, adding that he was too big to be bought over by any political party.
The sponsored campaign of hate and calumny in the public domain is a calculated attempt to confuse my supporters, who have remained firm, committed and are yearning for justice and fair representation come 2023 general elections.
” We know that such calculated misinformation is coming from a usual quarters, but we’re committed and ready to change the political status quo that have remained domicile on our people.
Auta maintained that he’s not working for any political party and he does not only remain a Labour Party member; but the preferred choice to represent the Southern Kaduna people ahead of the 2023 general elections.
“It is laughable that anyone would accuse me of working for political parties that have lost touch with our present reality.
“People need to stop mounting such campaign of calumny against their perceived rivals.
He noted that the false allegation against him emanated from the camp of his political opponents ,who were out to tarnish his hard earned reputation.
The Senatorial hopeful challenged those levelling the allegation against his person to come forward with proof or will not hesitated to take legal action.
According to him, he was in the contest to rescue his people who have suffered from bad leadership.
” I am in the contest to rejig the system, conscientise our people on the need to vote for leaders with impeccable track record that can entrench true democratic values.
The Abuja Estate mogul urged his supporters to remained committed and focus until they achieve their desire result.
He decried that over the years leaders who are voted to give credible representation are only interested to remain in office rather than bringing infrastructural developments.
He added that the Southern Kaduna region must not mortgage their future for peanut come 2023 general elections, stressing they must defend their votes no matter the intimidation by political opponents.