People’s Redemption Party (PRP) governorship aspirant, Ghali Sule has appealed to voters to ignore moneybag politicians while speaking at press conference at the NUJ Press Centre on Tuesday in Kano.
He said it is obvious that the 2023 governorship election in the state would not be determined by the amount of money spent by aspirants, adding that the electorates know who they want.
“As eligible voters, show them that money cannot buy your conscience and you have the right to go for credible, reliable and competent candidates.”
He also advised eligible voters in the state not to vote for the highest bidder.
Mr Sule, who is a pharmacist, said he resigned voluntarily from the state civil service after serving for 31 years to pursue his ambition.
“I really need to bring change, so I realised that the best option for me is to resign and join politics because you can correct wrongdoing if you have political power.
“There are certain abnormalities in governance, but you have to keep quiet as Civil Servants. Government officials don’t have the right to criticise any wrong decision or policy of their employer,” he explained.
He affirmed his determination to the creation of wealth, human development, infrastructural development and provision of basic amenities in Kano with his wealth of experience and background.
The aspirant assured that under his seven-point agenda, he would squarely address the issue of rape, kidnap, drug abuse, banditry, corruption, and immorality among others.
According to him, he will give priority to seven areas, which include Attitudinal Changes (societal Reform), Governance and Leadership, Youths, Women Support and Societal Development, Economic Development.