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Kano: Asiwaju Support Group endorses Sha’aban Sharada for governor

One of the leading  Support Groups for APC Presidential candidate known as The Asiwaju Group (TAG) has endorsed the candidature of Sha’aban Ibrahim Sharada OON for Governor of Kano state in the 2023 general elections.

The Head of the group, Mubarak Baffa Muhammad stated this when he led members to declare their support for Sha’aban Ibrahim Sharada as Governor of Kano state in the 2023 general elections.

SOLACEBASE reports that Mubarak Baffa Muhammad said during the 2023 presidential elections, The Asiwaju Group (TAG) would vote for Asiwaju Bola Tinubu but will not vote for APC in Kano at the governorship election.

This was contained in a statement issued by Abbas Yushau Yusuf, ADP Gubernatorial Campaign Council Spokesperson, on Tuesday, in Kano.

‘’Malam Baffa told the Gubernatorial Candidate that they realized Sharada’s quality in becoming the governor of Kano state and have since mobilized their people to cast their vote en-masse for Honourable Sha’aban Ibrahim Sharada,’’ the statement said.

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‘’In a remark the ADP Governorship candidate and a member of the House of representatives for Municipal Federal Constituency, Honourable Sha’aban Ibrahim Sharada said the party is yet to decide on any of the presidential candidates to support for the race.’’

‘’He welcome the stand taken by TAG for endorsing him as Governor of Kano state noting that Nigeria’s democracy is becoming strong as people are now going for individuals with track records and who can perform well.’’

‘’Honourable Sha’aban added that he and his millions of followers in Kano are still on the fence noting that they are yet to decide on any of the Presidential Candidates.

Honourable Sha’aban Ibrahim said Kano people are wiser enough to cast their votes for candidates who are competent to deliver irrespective of their political parties.

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