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Gujba people donate vehicles to Buhari

Sons and daughters of Gujba Emirate in Yobe have donated vehicles, public address systems and other materials to campaign organisations of President Muhammadu Buhari and Maimala Buni ahead of the presidential and state governorship elections in the state.

Alhaji Mai-Mukhtar Ibn Ali, the Emir of Gujba, on Tuesday presented two Toyota Sienna SUV vehicles, public address systems, T-shirts, caps, banners and stickers to Alhaji Maimala Buni, the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in the state, on behalf of the donors.

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The Emir said the sons and daughters of the emirate found it necessary to contribute to the re-election bid of President Buhari and Buni.

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According to the emir, the election of Buhari and Buni in the forthcoming elections would ensure continuity and good governance in the state.

Buni, who is from the Emirate, while receiving the donation, commended the donors for providing the materials to boost his and Buhari’s presidential and governorship campaigns in the state.

He commended the people of the emirate for giving him a sense of belonging and supporting the APC to succeed in the election. (NAN)

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