The Sokoto state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) has raised alarm over huge debt and uncompleted projects in the state, which it said would be a stumbling block for the incoming administration.
Briefing newsmen yesterday, the secretary of the party in the state, Kabiru Aliyu, said the incoming administration was desirous of improving the living standard of the people in the state, but would be constrained by what he described as locust years Wammakko maladministration.
Kabiru Aliyu also condemned the downgrading of four traditional rulers and their transfer to lesser districts.
“A member of Sultanate Council and a kingmaker was demoted to the post Dindin Mahe as ordinary district head and also Sarkin Gobir of Sabon Birni was head of Gobir ruling House but was however, downgraded to Gatawa as lesser district head. And no reason for the transfer other than the affected Dristrict Heads refused to be partisan”, he said.
The PDP secretary said if the victimisation of its members was not halted by the outgoing administration, the PDP would soon go to court to seek redress.
While calling on the incoming administration not to tow the line of Wammakko in his dealing with the people of Sokoto, but to be magnanimous in victory and carry everyone on board, so that his administration will succeed in improving the lots of the people.

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