By Barnabas Manyam (In Yola, Adamawa State)
A Nigerian Senator representing Adamawa Southern Senatorial District, Senator Binos Yaroe, has called for massive votes for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, in the February 25th presidential election.
Speaking at a media parley he hosted for Journalists in Adamawa State, Senator Yaroe pointed out that the PDP presidential candidate is a firm believer in democracy and therefore, deserves the votes of the people of Nigeria in the general election.
He said Atiku Abubakar has contributed to moving Nigeria's democracy forward ever since the dawn of current democratic dispensation in 1999 by his consistent contributions in all general elections. He similarly called for massive votes for all PDP candidates in the nation.
On the Central Bank of Nigeria new naira notes debacle, Senator Yaroe said more questions needs to be channeled to the CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele, so that the nation would know the truth in the N89 trillion allegations leveled against him by the Representative, Gudaje Kazaure committee.
He revealed that "many things are going on in the CBN which Nigerians wants know about and we are determined to hold the CBN Governor accountable to all these allegations under section 34 of the Nigerian constitution".
He promised that PDP senators and other like minds senators are determined to unearth all the alleged illegalities including the flagrant allocation of loans to people including the Federal Government where he singlehandedly gave N21 trillion.
Senator Yaroe also said his medical outreach in Adamawa South Senatorial district has affected the lives of more than 90.000 persons including medical referrals to other hospitals on complicated medical history.
Also speaking during the retreat, Barrister Azura, said Nigerians in Southern Adamawa Senatorial district have benefited immensely from all the programs of Senator Binos Yaroe in the areas of water provision, medical outreach, sports and youth development. Azura there urged the people to re-elect Binos Yaroe for the second term at the Senate. NNL.