THE number of aspirants for the governorship seat of Adamawa State on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC) increased, as the former chairman of Yola North Local Government Area of the state, Alhaji Ibrahim Mijinyawa, declared his interest in the October 11 bye-election.When declaring his aspiration on Wednesday at the state party's secretariat in Yola, Mijinyawa, said he was motivated to join the race by the public in appreciation of his selfless service as a former councillor and local government chairman of Yola North metropolis.He described himself as agent of change said he had what it takes and would bring his experience to bear in transforming the state.'I will not disappoint you. You voted me aa a councillor 24 years ago and I delivered. You voted me as a local government chairman of Yola North 11 years ago and I delivered, if by the grace of God you vote me in as governor of Adamawa State, I will not disappoint you,' Mijinyawa said.While speaking on the occasion, the party chairman of APC in Yola North Local Government Area, Alhaji Salihu Baba-Ahmed, who presented Mijinyawa on behalf of the people of Yola North, said the people of Yola North known for electing only quality candidates, had resolved for the first time to present their own tested and trusted to vie for the governor of the state under the APC.While responding on behalf of the state APC, the state vice chairman, Central Zone, Mr Dimas Ezra, lauded the emergence of quality aspirants, seeking for the party ticket for the October bye-election and assured all of level playing field. Click here to read full news..