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Published On: Mon, Apr 30th, 2018

Kebbi gov absent at Buhari’s 2nd term campaign inauguration

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From Ahmadu Idris, Birnin Kebbi

Kebbi State Governor Senator Atiku Abubakar Bagudu had shunned the inauguration of Buhari’s second term bid in office.
Our correspondent gathered that Buhar and Atiku campaign were divided. One is called 4+4, which is being led by one Ibrahim a younger brother to the Governor and Abba Aliero who is also the younger brother to Senator Adamu Aliero, while the other called BBOC Buhari Bagudu Campaign Organization is being led by the PA to the Governor.
The inauguration which was held yesterday Sunday at Haliru Audu Stadium, aimed to support Buhari second term reelection bid and donate motor vehicles to the supporters from various places across the 21 local governments areas of the state.
Delivery his speech, Senator Adamu Aliero who is former Kebbi State governor urged the people of the state to hasten in the collection of voters card in order for them to vote APC government in the forthcoming 2019 election.
He called on the politicians to join hands and move the State forward, while urging them to shun any political difference, as they are fighting for the government.
Also, in his remarks, the APC state chairman Barr. Mohammed Maccido thanked all the supporters and the people of Kebbi State for their maximum support and cooperation towards achieving the party’s goals.
Those that made donations were the Minister of Justice Abubakar Mallami, who donated three vehicles with three million naira, a younger brother to Adamu Aliero, Aba Aliero who also donated 16 vehicles, and 23 House of Assembly members who donated one vehicle each.
Also, a business man, Kabiru Kamba, donated 6 vehicles in support of Buhari Atiku second term in office.

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