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Bashir Sheriff, Winner Of The APC Yobe North Senatorial Ticket Says He Will Not Step Down For Lawan, Senate President

Bashir Sheriff Machina, the winner of the, APC, All Progressives Congress Yobe North Senatorial Ticket, has stated that he will not by any means step down for, Ahmad Lawan, the Senate President.

The Yobe North Senatorial winner, Machina disclosed that though he was approached by some people to step down for the senate president, but he won’t do that.

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According to a letter signed by Machina to the National Chairman on Monday, 13th of June, 2022, the letter reads, “I write to reaffirm my continual aspiration as the All Progressives Congress unequivocal senatorial candidate for one North Senatorial district, following my clearance, participation and victory at the party primaries where I pulled 289 votes out of the 300 total votes cast”.

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“I write to reaffirm that I remain committed to the mandate which I won at the primaries, and I have not in any form or manner communicated otherwise. I have been informed of a purported malicious and mischievous report and insinuation to the contrary”.

Recall that Lawan, the Senate President lost in the APC Presidential primary which Tinubu emerged as the flag bearer.

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However, for fifteen years now, he had been representing Yobe North senatorial district at the National Assembly.

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