Aminu Tambuwal has said that the current scale of violence introduced by
politicians in the country must stop.
He stated this at an interactive session with the leadership of students of all tertiary institutions in Sokoto State on Monday.
“The culture of violence that is tradition. I don’t believe in violence and those who are into it should reconsider their steps.“What you should do as politicians is to convince people on what you
intend to do for them. Tell them why you should be elected. You must not
lead unscrupulous people to unleash mayhem on people you perceive as
not your supporters”, Tambuwal said.
Tambuwal, who is the All Progressive Congress (APC) governorship
candidate in the state, stressed further that it is only when
politicians imbibed the culture of electioneering that is devoid of
violence, that the youths would take a cue of issue-based politicking.
He also pleaded with the people of Sokoto State to obtain their
Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) because according to him, “Obtaining PVCs
is the only by which you can elect the candidates of your choice”.
He also called on government at all levels to invest in the youth so
that the country would have vibrant future. “We must invest in the
youths for a better tomorrow because they represent today and the
Tambuwal said that his number one priority if elected as governor of
Sokoto state would be education in which majority of beneficiaries are