Former senate president and presidential aspirant, David Mark, has taken his 'gospel' to Jigawa State.

Mark on Sunday asked for support for his ambition to oust President Muhammadu Buhari, whom he accused of failing to unite Nigerians and ensure their security.

He was in the state to solicit the support of party delegates for the upcoming Peoples Democratic Party primaries.

Mark said he was delighted by the hospitality of people of the state, “despite that fact that, a fellow presidential aspirant, Sule Lamido is from Jigawa but people came out in numbers to welcome me, I appreciate you”.

Lamido is also seeking the same ticket under the opposition party alongside over a dozen others.

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Mark urged party members to remain in the party “for better for worst”, adding that PDP is the only party that will bring development to the country.

“Under APC, there is no peace and unity among Nigerians. We have many incidences of insecurity in the country and if there’s no unity and peace there will be no development,” he said.

The serving senator told the gathering that he will utilise the opportunity to visit Mr Lamido at his country home at Bamaina, Birnin Kudu local government area of the state, a 50-kilometre drive from Dutse, the state capital.

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