A pro-APC political group, Basic Empowerment Support Organization, today organized a 5,000-man-match rally in support of Bola Ahmad Tinubu and Kashim Shatima Presidential bid in Kaduna.
They moved through many streets of Kaduna where they carried placards with various inscriptions depicting Tinubu, Shatima and Sen. Uba Sani, the Gubernatorial candidate of Kaduna state.
Governor Bello Matawalle who is also the APC Presidential Campaign Coordinator in charge of the North West matched along with the party supporters to the Murtala Square where speeches were made.
The leader of the organizers of the street march, Alh Ahmad Waziri said the rally was organized to ginger Kaduna electorate on the need to strengthen the candidature of Bola Ahmad Tinubu, Sen. Uba Sani and all other APC candidates in the North West.
He assured the APC North West Presidential Campaign Coordinator and all the candidates that their support organization will continue to work door to door to campaign for the APC and ensure that the party emerges victorious in the 2023 general elections.
Governor Bello Matawalle while addressing the them, expressed happiness with the development and urged the organization to continue to do more with a view to ensuring that the party emerges victorious in 2023 general.
The Governor explained that Bola Tinubu’s candidature is really the best option for Nigeria considering the transformation brought by the party and why it should be consolidated.
He assured them of the commitment of the Presidential Campaign Council in ensuring that all the needed support is provided for the organization to succeed in its political activities and programmes.
Governor Matawalle acknowleged that Bola Ahmad Tinubu is the right candidate for the Presidential job and noted that he will pursue an agenda that is geared toward transforming Nigeria.
He said the APC Presidential Campaign Council will carry them along in all campaign activities for the success of the party in the zone.
JAMILU ILIYASU BIRNIN MAGAJI
Press Secretary to the Governor of Zamfara State.