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Kano PDP gov’ship intensifies campaign in LGAs

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The gubernatorial candidate of PDP in Kano State, Engr. Abba Kabir Yusuf, has launched his campaign in the state and already moving from one local government area to the other with his campaign train.

Engr. Yusuf, who is the preferred candidate of ex Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso, launched the campaign in Bichi town, Bichi Local Government Area of the State on Friday.

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Yusuf’s spokesperson, Alhaji Sanusi Bature Dawakin Tofa, said the PDP’s gubernatorial candidate had so far visited Bichi, Dala, Kumbotso and Rogo local government areas. He assured that today (Thursday) they would be in Gezawa Local Government Area and the campaign would continue until they covered all the 44 local governments of the state.

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“My boss is determined to visit all the 44 local governments during his campaign. He will unveil his programmes to the electorate in order to convince them to vote for him come 2019 governorship election. “We have laudable programmes covering economy, health, agriculture, women and youth empowerment, education and all other sub-sectors,” he said.

He recalled that in Bichi town, Yusuf had unveiled his 11-point agenda which include empowerment, fight against social vices, and restoration of the lost commercial glory of Kano among others.

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