2023: Sen Ewuga Speaks On His Governorship Ambition In Nasarawa

2023: Sen Ewuga Speaks On His Governorship Ambition In Nasarawa

By David Christopher, Lafia

Ahead of 2023 general election, the former governorship aspirant under thr platform of the Proples Democratic Party, PDP, in Nasarawa State, Senator Solomon Ewuga, has said the issue of contesting or not are both his constitutional rights and that when the time comes it will be his legitimate option, adding that in that purview he can exercise his desire at the appropriate time.

Senator Solomon Ewuga who stated this in an exclusive interview on Tuesday with AljazirahNigeria also declined to make comments about his observations of the administration of Engr. Abdullahi Sule, the present governor of the state.

“And we are getting there, the year has just began, we are in January, primaries are schedule to take place in July and since we are just in January, by February, the picture will be clearer.

“But whether I am going to run or not, I will tell you yes! I am going to run, but does the atmosphere create the value for me to do it? Is a matter of judgement.

“Let me access it and see, that is why I said it is conditional,so what the people are saying and if that indicates that the strength of their voices are strong I will apply, so I think that is where I am.

Barrister Solomon Ewuga a former minister of state, Federal Capital Territory, further said, it will be full hardy after attempted years and come by the way side and fail” This time it will not be time for us to do trial again, but it will be a time for us to go in and come out successful”, he added.

It will be recalled that senator Ewuga is one individual politician in Nasarawa State who has always aspired to be governor of his home state since 1999. He had a switchover in 2011 and became senator that represented Nasarawa North senatorial zone.

Responding to further questions Ewuga said Nasarawa State has always remain a PDP state and that he wished the present administration is of the PDP, insisting that hope has not failed the party.

He said the PDP has perfected plans of reclaiming power come 2023, especially that the PDP remains a legacy party in Nasarawa State, whose records has not been beaten. 

The full interview will be published in our subsequent publication.

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