Namadi Sambo’s Son Asks Delegates to return his Money after losing PDP Ticket.
Written by News Room on May 25, 2022
After securing just two votes at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primaries in Kaduna North Federal Constituency of the House of Representatives, Adam Namadi, son of former Vice-President Namadi Sambo, has reportedly asked delegates to refund the 2 million naira each he doled out before the election.
Namadi, who had promised to add 1.5 million naira to the amount given to each of the delegates, secured the least votes among the three contenders.
At the end, the incumbent representative of the constituency Samaila Suleiman, carried the day as he defeated Namadi and Shehu Usman ABG.
Suleiman, who recently decamped from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to the PDP, won with 22 votes against Shehu Usman ABG who polled 14 votes.
Delegates told news men that Suleiman had distributed between 3.5 and 4 million naira to each delegate while ABG gave out 2.5 million naira in cash and Namadi had distributed 2 million naira to delegates.