The Kano governorship candidate for the Action Democratic Party (ADP), Hon. Sha’aban Ibrahim Sharada has affirmed he is still part of the Kano gubernatorial race.
He assured his supporters that he remains in the race and has not withdrawn for any other candidate of any other political party.
Sharada made the statement during an interactive session with some selected journalists from some radio stations based in Kano.
The candidate said he is committed to participating in the gubernatorial election, which is why, at the first instance, he joined the race to slug it out with other contestants and with the aim to govern Kano and not to withdraw for anybody, as was insinuated in some quarters.
The ADP Governorship hopeful said so far indicators have shown that he is the most competent and prepared candidate because he is not the political godson of any body, and as such, he is not withdrawing for any candidate.
The Honourable Shaaban said it doesn’t make sense to withdraw for candidates who are godsons of some prominent politicians.
Honorable Sharada cited the example of NNPP’s Abba Kabir Yusuf, who was presented by his political godfather, Engineer Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, and who cannot do the bidding of anyone except his political godfather.
Honourable Shaaban Sharada said part of his mission is to make Kano a hub for exports to the West and Sub-Saharan Africa, especially fish.
He also promises to increase internally generated revenue for Kano from 2 billion to 10 billion monthly.