PDP Delegate Shares It’s Voting Bribe With WAEC Students in Kaduna

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Kaduna PDP Delegate Member

A delegate from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from Kaduna, Tanko Sabo, who was chosen to vote in the presidential primary of the party, posted on the Facebook pages of his party to share an overview of how he used the money earned from the elections.

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Sabo claimed that he paid N6.9 million in WAEC and NECO examination fees to 150 orphans as well as the poor in the local government of his area, and N100,000 was lent in the form of logistics for the five-man committee that was set up to visit the schools to collect the exam fees.

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The official also disclosed his findings that N3.2 million was used for purchasing 42 custom jerseys, which included goalkeepers clothing, socks, and tracksuits to a football coach to spread the game for the youngsters within the area. PDP Ward executives within the LGA were also provided with N1.3 million.

Sabo who was the representative of Sanga LGA at the primaries was reported to have made a promise to return any monetary benefits he received through the primaries to his community in the event of his election as delegate.

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The story has sparked diverse reactions from users of social media. While some applauded him for being honest and faithful in his words, some accuse him of being fraudulent by taking the money , which they described as a “bribe and bribe.

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