Gov. Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa State says he is not afraid of charms and will conduct the Ondo APC primary election transparently.
Abubakar said this while briefing newsmen in Abuja after being sworn in as the Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) Ondo Primary Election Committee.
He said: ”Free and fair election will solve the problem. If they believe we are free, fair and transparent, they will accept the result.
”Well in the first place, I don’t believe in juju so certainly I am surely not afraid.
”I don’t know of any imposition, my duty there is to be free, fair and transparent and I think that is the only thing that will help the party.”
He said the issue of identifying the delegates was important and their international passport, permanent voter card or national identity card would suffice.
”Any one of the three will be able to solve the identification problem,” he said.
Abubakar advised other governors to cut expenditure in order to overcome the embarrassment of owing staff salaries.
He said once the workers were paid and happy, any state could move forward and be productive.