Kebbi APC Holds Emergency Stakeholders Meeting Ahead of February Elections

By Abdullahi Tukur

The All Progressives Congress APC in Kebbi state, held an emergency stakeholders meeting in Birnin Kebbi to review it’s campaign strategies for its Presidential, Governorship and other positions ahead of the February, 25 elections.

The meeting that was held at the banquet hall of the presidential lodge in Birnin Kebbi, it was summoned was in view of the challenges facing the party’s campaign for the presidential and governorship elections in the state.

Stakeholders of the party in attendance at the meeting includes, Minister of justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Cika Malami, Deputy Governor, Col. Samaila Yombe Dabai Rtd, Major General Muhammadu Magoro, (rtd), Senators, House of Representatives members, State Chairman of the party, State Assembly members and party’s Board of Trustees members, Local Government Chairmen and chieftains of the party.

Briefing newsmen on the outcome of the meeting, Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu, said the meeting was called for the stakeholders to meet, discuss and listen to the succcees and challenges that may be facing the party’s campaign.

“We can’t reveal our campaign strategies, we just met to review our campaigns strategies and to appreciate the efforts of the various campaign teams particularly the women groups”.

According to him, the APC are doing a great job in their campaigns for its candidates in different areas of the state.

He said the meeting was also called to appreciate the various individuals and groups doing so well in the party’s campaign for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, APC Governorship Candidate in the state and for other candidates.

Atiku Bagudu however, called on the party’s supporters in the state to ensure they collected their PVCs and vote for the APC’s presidential candidate, Tinubu/Shetima, governorship, Nasiru Idris and other candidates of the party in Kebbi State.

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