Sha’aban, ADP Out to Redeem Kano-Karaye

Sha’aban, ADP Out to Redeem Kano-Karaye

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Hon. Sha’aban Sharada, ADP’s 2023 gubernatorial candidate in Kano State has been described as the only candidate with political will to transform and redeem the State from its present economic and developmental woes.

The newly appointed Acting Chairman of the party in the State, Engr. Bashir Yahaya Karaye stated this yesterday during a meeting with the party’s chairmen from 44 Local Government Area of the State.

According to him, Sha’aban’s political ideologies are in tune with the party’s philosophy of alleviating the people from suffering and providing them with basic necessities of life.

He said, Sharada’s defection to the Action Democratic Party has continued to woo more persons into the party as a result of his charisma, charming personality and leadership style.

“This meeting is to enable me meet all the 44 local governments chairmen in the State for synergy to move our party to victory.

Our party is a party for the common man which will bring sanity to the state and county at large.

The party constitutes youth, women and all other categories of people such as academia, business men and women farmers and every other endeavors of life.

With Sharada, our dreams of providing security, reviving the crippled economy of the state, provision of qualitative education and agriculture would be achieved”, he affirmed.

Renowned Kannywood musician, Dauda Kahutu Rarara who graced the event as a special guest said, the party is represented in every home.

“The party’s logo is a book, you will find books in every home. That is how the party is represented in every family and home in the State.

“We are here to support Sha’aban because he’s one of us, he’s a youth and has given 25 percent slots to the youth and another 25 percent to the women”.

“We would lend our support to ensure his victory and we are sure he will bring about unprecedented changes in the State”.

Let all youth, women and people who desire change support Sha’aban Ibrahim Sharada”, he urged.

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