The All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, can defeat his New Nigerian Peoples Occasion counterpart, Rabiu Kwankwaso, in Kano state throughout the 2023 basic elections, the state Commissioner for Info, Muhammad Garba has stated.
Late Alhaji MKO Abiola defeated Late Alhaji Bashir Tofa, who’s from Kano, throughout the 1993 presidential election in Kano, thus the Governor Abdullahi Ganduje’s commissioner beleived that historical past may repeat itself with the present circumstances.
Addressing the “Let’s Speak Nigeria” programme organised by the Kaduna League of veteran journalists in partnership with Arewa Home and Hamdala Resort, Garba, who was former President of Nigeria Union of Journalists, stated in politics something can occur.
Responding to a query on the possibilities of the APC presidential candidate in Kano, he stated, “I do know the previous governor of Kano state can also be going to be on the poll however historical past can repeat itself once more in Kano as a result of late Moshood Abiola of the defunct SDP defeated Kano born Late Bashir Tofa of the defunct NRC throughout the 1993 presidential election. I’m assured Kano state will produce plenty of votes come 2023.
“The votes from Nasarawa native authorities alone is greater than the whole votes of the whole South East mixed. I’m assured we’ll ship Kano state to APC insha Allah. The state authorities will present an enabling setting for all of the candidates and something can occur and all candidates will definitely get their share of votes relying on how the electorates perceived them.”
Talking on how Governor Ganduje has ensured that Kano state loved good safety, he stated, his governor “has offered enabling setting for all no matter your tribe, ethnicity and faith. Kano state with the very best inhabitants in Northern Nigeria is probably the most peaceable state.”
Garba recommended the efforts of the Kaduna League of Veteran Journalists and guaranteed them of wanted assist, whereas lamenting that, “it’s only in Journalism that solidarity and assist for the career just isn’t gotten, it’s good to depart a legacy in no matter you do notably in human growth”.
Former Chairman of Kaduna NUJ Council and vice Chairman of the Kaduna League of Veteran Journalists, Chief Andrew Fadason, stated as veteran Journalists, they’re involved about happenings within the career and dedicated to offering real mentorship to up coming Journalists.
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