Yari Lobbies Presidency As Apc Chair Race Hots Up, Visits Buhari’s Adviser

As President Muhammadu Buhari continues to snub the former Zamfara State Governor Abdul Aziz Abubakar Yari due to his various corruption cases, report gotten through Omonaijablog has it that, the former Zamfara State Governor is currently in Adamawa State holding a crucial meeting with the Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on
Domestic Affairs, Alhaji Sarki Abba.

Alhaji Sarki Abba, who lost his beloved mother recently received Abdul Aziz Yari
to plead with Mr. President to give him a waver to contest for the APC National Chairmanship position.

You may recall that the former Zamfara State Governor followed President Muhammadu Buhari to United State of America during the UN General Assembly meeting with the intention to See Mr. President.

Yari even attempted to bribe the President’s Aide but unfortunately the no nonsense looking Aide told Yari to go back as directed by the president.

In another Communiqué, a reliable source from Maradun Local Government the birth place of the current Zamfara State Governor, revealed to this Medium that one Dr. Mika’Ilu Talata Mafara who is believed to be loyal to the former Governor along with other allies to the ex-Governor Yari visited the Emir Palace for another plea bargain with the Emir who is a right hand man of Mr. President to give him a helping hand to support his candidacy.

Our Source in the Emir’s Palace also revealed that Dr. Mika’Ilu told him that “the former Governor’s entourage came along with large sum of foreign currencies for the said purpose. Our Source did not however disclose the Emir’s response as the whole conversation was done behind close door.

The medium also gathered that Yari directed the Emir of Maradun to hire Malams from various part of Northern Nigeria, Mardi and Chota in Niger Republic to pray for his success in the race.

It was also gathered that, Yari had also sponsored some Mallams to the Holy Land, Mecca to pray for confusion among Governor Matawalle’s Camp.


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