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Election Tribunal Verdict: Kwankwasiyya movement holds special prayers in Kano

Kano State governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf and supporters of the Kwankwasiyya movement led by Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso have gone spiritual, conducting special prayers against any move that would lead to the loss of their mandates.

It could be recalled that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is challenging the Kano gubernatorial election won by the New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP.

Also, the election petitions tribunal had reserved date for judgment which would be communicated to the parties in the petitions.

SOLACEBASE reports that the Special prayers conducted at Filing Mahaha was well attended by Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf, the National Leader of NNPP, Dr Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, Deputy Governor, Aminu Abdussalam, State Secretary to the Government, Dr Baffa Bichi, and other senior government officials.

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During the special prayers, the Chief Imam of Kofar Mata Central Mosque, Kano, Dr. Sani Hashir said, “We prayed here today to express our thanks to Allah for granting us victory in the 2023 general elections and for keeping our communities safe, for keeping our state secured, and for keeping our country safe.”

“In Kano State today, we are blessed with leaders that have started changing the landscape of the state with Pipe borne water starting gushing in all parts of the state, Street lights have been restored and Hospitals are being renovated and equipped.

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”He noted that Kano State is paying the registration fees of over seven thousand indigent students of Bayero University while roads are being rehabilitated and refuse dumps are disappearing.

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”However, despite all these efforts before the current government’s hundred days in office, enemies of the people are scheming and planning to undermine our leaders”.

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