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Deputy Senate President: Senator Gaya insists on contesting against Omo-Agege, others



Senator Kabir Gaya, who represents the senatorial district of Kano South, has insisted that he will face the front-line contender, Omo-Agege and others in Tuesday’s election of the top officials of the ninth Senate. Gaya, who comes from the northwest, has repeatedly insisted that “it does not matter if he comes from the same area with President Muhammadu Buhari,” and says he has the right to vote and be voted.

The Vice-President of the 9th Assembly Senate is believed to have been micro-zoned to the South-South but has Senators Ovie Omo-Agege and Senator Francis Alimekhena in the race, as well as Senator-Elect for the first time, Orji Uzor Kalu. Abia. State.

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In that context, Gaya believes that tomorrow’s election would be free of resentment, particularly in the election mode. “Whatever the method of choice for tomorrow, I assure you that it will be free from grudges. Open or secret voting, our leader has been chosen, but for the DSP, I will compete against anyone tomorrow, “said Gaya.

Before tomorrow’s elections, the National Assembly has been a beehive of activities for legislators, journalists, and elected officials that are available for accreditation. GISTOK confirmed that the administration of the National Assembly has settled for a secret voting system, a development that has shaken some lawmakers loyal to the Ahmed Lawan camp.


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