JIgawa state governor, Sule Lamido has vowed to continue his crusade against injustice, rule of law and fairness for Nigerian masses, saying even if he goes to jail after he complete his tenure of office on May 2015 he will not regret.
‘ I am not bothered about sacking of ministers by president Jonathan, even if they use EFCC or other agency fighting corruption to arrest me after the end of my tenure on May 29,2015, I will not be perturbed because I am used to going to jail,’ Lamido pointed out.
The governor stated this Wednesday evening when he received members of the PDP Justice team under the leadership of Alhaji Abubakar Kawu Baraje from the 34 local government areas of Katsina state at the government House Dutse, said he was not even keen about contesting for presidential position in 2015 .
Governor Lamido who lamented that poverty, and lack of good political policies are the major challenges facing the nation’s political system, said only justice and respect for the rule of law could change the situation.
Said he; ‘I have always said PDP is the symbol of Nigerian politics, members need to adhered to the manifesto of its founding fathers which is justice, fairness, equity, transparency, rule of and law’.
Governor Lamido further stressed that PDP as a party was built on the ideology of some Nigerian’s who want the progress of the country, adding that it is wrong for few individuals to think that they can hijack the nations politics for personal enterprise.