Abubakar Bello, the governor of Niger State, was in charge of the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidates’ flag-off campaign in the Niger-East Senatorial District on Tuesday.

Bello urged the public to support party candidates at all levels in order to build on the accomplishments of the current administration.

While praising the rally’s success, the governor noted that the party has trustworthy candidates who would work as a formidable team to build on the accomplishments of the current administration.

He exhorted citizens to exercise greater vigilance and expressed confidence in the outcome of the 2023 elections.

Sani Musa, the senator running for re-election and representing the Niger East Senatorial Districts, asked voters to support all APC candidates, promising that the zone’s National Assembly representatives will cooperate to ensure the zone’s quick growth.

He said, “We have done very well. We have realized some shortcomings and we are going to do better.”

He urged the populace to have patience and vigilance, as well as to undertake issue-based campaigns free of violence.

Also addressing, Umar Bago, the APC’s candidate for governor in the state, urged eligible voters to cast their ballots for all other APC candidates in the state and throughout Nigeria.

 

If the APC wins the upcoming general elections, he promised to support women and young people and told state residents to expect improvement and prosperity.

 

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