Adamawa APC kicks off Tinubu Presidential campaign in Ganye

Adamawa APC kicks off Tinubu Presidential campaign in Ganye Honourable Abdulrazak Namdas

In Adamawa state, the presidential campaign of the All Progressives Congress candidate Bola Ahmed Tinubu has kicked off in Ganye town.

The campaign rally witnessed the donation of ten campaign vehicles and an office by the member representing Ganye/Jada, Tongo federal constituency, Abdulrazak Namdas.

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Mr Namdas, who is the secretary of the Logistics and Support committee of the Presidential Campaign Council inaugurated recently in Abuja, said the vehicles will be used by party stakeholders to go into the nooks and crannies of their communities to canvass for votes towards actualising the Tinubu/Shettima presidency.

At the gathering in Ganye local government, were key players of the All Progressives Congress in the state, including candidates vying for various elective posts in the state.

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The gathering is at the instance of the lawmaker representing the zone at the National Assembly and is to kick off campaigns for the APC Presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in the state.

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Abdulrazak Namdas insists that the track record of Asiwaju Tinubu surpasses those of his opponents as manifested by the number of people he has helped into leadership positions.

He described Asiwaju Tinubu as the only candidate among others, who can competently handle the prevailing security situation in the country and consolidate the gains of the present federal government.

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On his part, the Adamawa PCC Coordinator, Martin Babale, is optimistic that the party will sweep the polls across the 265 electoral wards in the state

He urges Nigerians yet to receive their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to do so to enable them exercise their franchise.

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He believes APC will unite as one family to rescue Adamawa state from the political Jaws of PDP which he rates below average.

Event watchers are of the view that former Vice President Atiku Abukabar may need to reinvigorate his political structure in his Jada state constituency with the way the popularity of Asiwaju Tinubu is growing across all local governments in the state.

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