The NATIONAL leader of All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Bola Tinubu, has reacted to his Kano visit, saying that against speculations, he was in the ancient city for a wedding.
Talking at the air terminal on Friday night, Tinubu stated: “I’m not in Kano for any political mission, but rather to go to the wedding of a regarded companion’s girl.
He likewise told the journalists that the solidarity of the nation is principal to him, and that he will keep on endeavoring to make it a unified element.
Tinubu, who showed up Kano on Friday evening, alongside a previous between time administrator of APC, Chief Bisi Akande; previous director of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Alhaji Nuhu Ribadu and remarkable individuals from APC, was at a gathering coordinated to praise the marriage of the girl of an Islamic researcher, Sheik Muhammad Bin Uthman, the Chief Imam of Masjid-Al-Sahaba, held at Mosque Hunaisa Muhammad Bin Uthman.
The public chief said those advancing division in the nation would keep on dispatching their arms stockpile to see to the furthest limit of its corporate presence, adding, in any case, that the individuals who cherished the nation should thusly altogether neutralize those couple of troublesome components.
He praised the Kano State lead representative, Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, for his part in guaranteeing the solidarity of the nation, as he further portrayed him as one of the main scholars for public solidarity who merit honor.
He lauded the lead representative for some formative tasks he had been executing over the state.
He stated: “From the air terminal to this spot, I have seen so numerous formative activities that add numerous positive things to the state.
We are thrilled by your hardwork and responsibility towards building up the state. This is estimable.
I ask you to keep building up the state. We as a whole have confidence in you and your devoted stance.”
During his stay in Kano, the public chief visited his age-long companion, Alhaji Yusuf Ali and some remarkable Ulamas in the state capital, among whom were Sheik Abdulwahb Abdulah, Sheik Ibrahim Shehu Mai Ula and Sheik Abdulgafar Kabara.
The Ulamas guaranteed Tinubu their help and collaboration for whatever his choice is in 2023.
We will uphold you on your future political aspiration,” they said.
When defied at the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA) on his remark to the help by the Ulamas, Tinubu stated: “I am in Kano for a wedding, not for any political mission or aspiration,” and boarded the airplane previously hanging tight for around 9:pm on Friday night.