Senator Kabiru Marafa says he does not care if his party loses in 2019 general election in the state, accusing the APC of being responsible for all the crises happening in the Sates.
Marafa, representing Zamfara Central in the upper chamber, stated this while addressing newsmen at the National Assembly complex in Abuja.
He who said that, the party had told the people who to vote for before the party’s primary in the state, noted that the crisis in the state chapter of the APC started after he got elected to the Senate.
“Even if APC lose in Zamfara state, I don’t give a damn. The crisis that we are in today started with the APC itself. When we assumed the 8th Senate, APC said these are the people we want you to vote as your leader. Some of us felt that this is the property of APC.
“The same people we are fighting today reneged, and said they won’t do it and that was the beginning of this crisis. APC asked us to vote Ahmad Lawan as President of the Senate and we stood hell bent that APC must have its way and this people said no. They acted in disobedience.
“Some of us are closer to Saraki than many of them but we obeyed the party and today the people that made us to take that line of action are silent. Nobody cares about us. Nobody is talking. Some of them gang up. There is a massive gang up to all of us today.
“They are using their kinsmen in the government circle to ensure that our people are enslaved, maimed, killed, our women are raped, our children are orphaned all because they want to continue to steal the resources of Zamfara. We are not afraid of them, we are going to face them and challenge them. And since God is the God of justice, we will surmount them,” he prayed.