ADC wants end to Zamfara legislative/executive feud
The African Democratic Congress (ADC), in Zamfara State, has called on the feuding legislative and executive arms of government in the state to end the crisis between them.
Speaking with Daily Trust in Gusau, the state capital, Alhaji Badamasi Bello, the ADC chairman in the state, threatened to take action against the two warring sides if they continued to engineer crisis.
Bello, who said that both the legislature and the executive owed a lot of responsibilities to the citizens of the state, added that they were not elected to pursue selfish interests.
“They should not do anything that will disrupt the peaceful political atmosphere in the state,” he said. “Let them face governance. Why should they be creating unnecessary political tension in the state?”
The party, which expressed its readiness to offer credible opposition to bring about the needed change in governance, advised electorate against always voting for candidates fielded by a ruling party.
The ADC said that the voters stood the risk of electing bad leaders and representatives if they refused to change their attitude.