Presidential candidate of the Action Alliance (AA), Hamza Al-Mustapha, has said that as a military man, he couldn’t have refused to serve late Head of State, General Sani Abacha.
Al-Mustapha served as the Aide-de-Camp (ADC) to the late Abacha from 1993 until his sudden death on June 8, 1998.
The AA Presidential flag bearer, who spoke today, July 2, on Channels Television’s Politics Today, said that destiny took him to work with the late head of state.
“I have no regrets. When you join the military, you should be open-minded to work anywhere. You can be in the worst part of the country or world. It is my experience.”
“My personal destiny took me to where I served. Wherever I serve, you will see the distinct difference. I have done so all my life and career.
“I never canvassed to be posted anywhere. They know what they saw in me and posted me to everywhere they took me. And I gave my life and made sacrifices that are indelible in the history of the military.”