Shehu Sani, a former Kaduna lawmaker and governorship aspirant has lamented the outcome of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Primaries in Kaduna State.
Shehu a governorship aspirant, lost his bid to represent the party at next year’s election after securing only two votes.
He alleged that the voting process was marred by bribery and corruption with delegates collecting money to vote for unqualified candidates
“There is no difference between bandits who collect ransom and delegates who collect money to vote, he said in a statement.
Mr Sani had vowed not to bribe delegates to vote for him.
”No one should pay any delegate on my behalf,” he said.
“I don’t believe in the political ritual of paying to be elected. That is inconsistent with my ideological and moral beliefs, Mr Sani said before the election on Wednesday