The Leader of the Niger Delta People’s Volunteer Force, Mujahid Dokubo-Asari has openly declared his support for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.
He says only an Asiwaju presidency can bring development and prosperity to the Kalabari people and the Oil rich Niger Delta region.
Dokubo Asari also assured that all the chiefs in the the kingdom are behind the choice of Bola Tinubu for president.
He was speaking when he hosted the 48th Birthday celebration of Tien Jack-Rich, a former APC Presidential apirant.
Mr. Jack-Rich called on the Kalabari and Niger delta people to unite for the common good of their region.
2023 PRESIDENCY – WASC FEES PAID FOR 36 STUDENTS TO SUPPORT ASIWAJU.
The West Africa Examination (WAEC) fees for 36 final year secondary school students have been paid by an APC stakeholder in Bassa Council area of Plateau State.
The gesture is to show his support towards the actualization of the Bola Ahmed Tinubu free education agenda for 2023.
These parents of final year senior secondary students in Kwall Community of Bassa Council area of Plateau State, are filled with joy and relief.
The examination fees of their children who are to sit for this year’s WASC, totaling over one million naira, has been taken care of by an APC stakeholder from the community.
The gesture is the donor’s way of complimenting the free education policy of the APC 2023 presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
The beneficiaries Students and their parents were invited by the philanthropist to the venue, where he handed over the fees? 29,000 Naira each to the students.
We spoke with a few of the beneficiaries and their parents about their feelings about the gesture.
Mr Micheal Rivi is the event convener,he shared his thoughts with us.
The benefiting community assures the convener that they will mobilize votes for Asiwaju Tinubu following this gesture.
KANO APC GOVERNORSHIP CANDIDATE MEETS STAKEHOLDERS IN LAGOS
Kano State deputy governor and All Progressives Congress , APC gubernatorial candidate Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna, has told stakeholders of the state in Lagos that he would pursue industrialisation of Kano as governor.
Mr Gawuna said he would encourage investors to take advantage of the enabling environment in the state to stimulate the economy at a stakeholders meeting in Lagos .
In less than 30 days , Nigerians will got to the polls and elect people that will represent them at the national and state level .
For the deputy governor of Kano state who is also the candidate of apc in Kano the consultation for him continues as he engages Kano stakeholders based in Lagos and investors in partnership with the Directorate of Stakeholders’ Management of his governorship campaign council.
At this stakeholders forum , the apc candidate elaborated on his manifesto by identifying all the economic potentials where Kano has advantage with the aim of outlining how it could be harnessed.
On his part, a former national chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomhole while canvassing support for Gawuna said the meeting signified thattrue leaders genuinely care about their people and are committed to service.
Some stakeholders who attend the meeting also has this to say
In his remarks, Governor Abdullahi Ganduje said Kano has followed the route Lagos has taken in adapting continuity in governance.
Gawuna promised to sustain the policies of the incumbent government in collaboration with other agencies to fight the drug abuse menace in the state.
EU ELECTION OBSERVATION MISSION MEETS TINUBU IN ABUJA
A delegation from the European Union Election Observation mission in Nigeria has paid a courtesy visit to the APC Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu at his residence in Abuja.
The delegation which was led by the European Union Election Observation Mission in Nigeria Chief Observer Barry Andrews is to observe the electoral process, the legal framework and its implementation as well as the performance of the election administration among other objectives.
The Chief Observer says a core team of 11 election analysts have been in Nigeria for weeks now to analyse the general political, electoral, legal and media process of the exercise.
The APC Presidential Candidate in his reaction after the closed door meeting said the interaction was a robust one. He added that he is ready to abide by the rules of the electoral exercise for the democratic process of the country to be further strengthened.
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