Why I’m contesting Bauchi governorship election – Bala Muhammed
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Former Minister of Nigeria's capital (the Federal Capital Territory) Abuja, Bala Muhammed, has said the quest for providing good leadership is the reason is vying for Bauchi state governorship election in 2019.
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