Mustapha Inuwa, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Katsina state, says candidates of opposition parties in the state only exist on billboards.
Inuwa, who is chairman of the campaign council of Aminu Masari re-election, governor of Katsina, said this during the flag-off of the campaign for the re-election of the governor in the Funtua area of the state on Saturday.
Inuwa said the billboards would not intimidate the ruling ruling party in the state.
“We have the people, we are only contesting with billboards. People are in support of our party’s candidates,” he said.
He said Masari had fulfilled the campaign promises he made to the people in 2015.
Inuwa urged the people of the state to come out en masse to vote for the party’s candidates during the elections.
Shitu Shitu, APC chairman in the state, said President Muhammadu Buhari had performed well and deserves to be reelected.
Shitu said the president had salvaged the country from corruption and had also improved the economy.
He also said Masari had executed numerous projects in the state and appealed to the people to vote for all the party’s candidates during the 2019 polls.