Alhaji Shuaib Yaman, the Kwara governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), said he has decided to leave the outcome of the elections to God.
Yaman, who stated this while speaking with newsmen yesterday in Ilorin, said he would not congratulate Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on the election victory.
According to him, the March 18 governorship election was fraught with electoral malpractices.
The results showed that the APC polled 273,424 votes while the PDP got 155,490 votes and the SDP came third with 18,922 votes.
The PDP leader stated that he would keep the decision to continue in politics or not within himself for now, adding that he would be returning to Kaduna state to face his business.
He said, “For the fact that political thugs were used, calls for concern among Nigerians, especially, among our people and relevant stakeholders.”
Yaman, who was emotional and close to tears while addressing the party supporters, chastised some party members in some senatorial districts for their alleged acts of betrayal and anti-party activities. (NAN)