January 20, (THEWILL) – Kano state All Progressives Congress (APC) gubernatorial Candidate, Dr Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna, has visited the campaign office of Tinubu/Shettima, the party’s presidential flag bearer for the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
Gawuna was received by over 2,600 Tinubu/Shettima support groups, under the leadership of the Director of North West Tinubu/Shettima campaign support group, Dr Baffa Babba Dan Agundi.
The gubernatorial candidate commended Dan Agundi for his organisation, steadfastness and support he has been rendering to the groups and the party at large.
Gawuna boasted that he believes Kano will be delivered even under the support groups alone, holding to the mass registration records from which in turn are expected to cast their votes for APC come the Presidential and gubernatorial elections.
He reiterated that when Dan Agundi, his Excellency Governor Ganduje and the party’s gubernatorial flag bearer announced that he would organise a 1 million APC march in Kano, they were skeptical.
“We were doubtful of the possibility to mobilise 1 million people by Dan Agundi. But to our surprise, the 1 million people turned out to be over 2 million.
“The same Dan Agundi promised the Governor and the Party that he will organise more when Tinubu comes to Kano. To our surprise again, when Tinubu came, the turnout was unbelievable for many political ages in Kano.
“Now Dan Agundi has promised that the 3rd coming of Tinubu will be overwhelming”, Gawuna emphasised.
The Governorship candidate, while expressing his happiness and commendations to Dan Agundi, prayed for a stampede not to happen during the next mobilisation.
The Party and the Director General of Gawuna Campaign Council, Engr. Rabiu Sulaiman Bichi, former Secretary to the State Government and Secretary to the Party, Hon. Ibrahim Zakari Sarina, at the event, commended Dan Agundi and the support groups for doing well.
They also urged the support groups to sustain the tempo of registering more people into APC for the success of the party in the forthcoming general elections.
*** By Maimunatu Ibrahim, Kano