- A top contesters in the 2023 governorship election in kano state has called on the incumbent to be ready to handover
- Abba Yusuf urged the present governor of Kano state, Abdullahi Ganduje, to prepare his handover notes
- Accoridng to Yusuf, the All Progressives Congress has failed the people of Kano state and they are ready to kick the ruling party out
The New Nigerian Peoples Party (NNPP) has issued a warning to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kano state.
Tribune reports that the governorship candidate of the NNPP in Kano state, Abba Yusuf, urged the APC to begin now to prepare their handover notes ahead of the May 29, swearing-in ceremony in the state, months after the 2023 election.
Yusuf while noting that the people of Kano state are tired of the unfriendly attitudes of the APC called on Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, to hand over his notes to the NNPP.
He boasted that he is rest assured the NNPP will take over power from Ganduje under the ruling APC platform in 2023.
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Further speaking, the NNPP governorship candidate in the state said that if elected, his administration would be a continuation of Rabiu Kwankwaso’s administration.
“I am committed to implementing my 70-page blueprint agenda toward transforming Kano to an enviable commercial economic hub, second to none in sub-Saharan Africa. I’ll work round the clock to revive all the ailing industries that earned Kano the status of a commercial city.
“There were debates and counter-debates on why and how I emerged as Kano NNPP gubernatorial candidate.
"At the end of the heated debates, I emerged as the consensus candidate based on my outstanding achievements, coupled with the awards I was presented with, following my outstanding qualities and achievements.”
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