The new National Chairman of the All Progessive Peoples Congress (APC), Abdulahi Adamu ex-wife, Fatimah Abdulahi, has declared her intention to run for Nasarawa state governor in 2023.
This is according to a report by Sahara Reporters.
Her declaration is coming weeks after Abdulahi Adamu was elected as APC national chairman at the convention of the party held on March 26.
Fatimah Adamu who is a public health practitioner hails from the Doma Local Government Area of the state and she is 43-years-old.
In her manifesto, she vowed to accord priority to health, education and jobs creation and human capital development if elected as governor in 2023 amid other Socio-Economic, security challenges.
She will be contending with the current governor of the state, Abdullahi Sule for the ticket of the APC.
Sule was elected the Governor of Nasarawa State in the 2019 governorship election under the platform of the APC.