Buhari Inaugurates 385-Member Campaign Council for Gov. Sule

President Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated a 385-member campaign council for the reelection bid of Gov. Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State ahead of the 2023 general elections.

Speaking at the inauguration on Saturday in Lafia, the President, represented by his Chief of Staff, Ibrahim Gambari, said the campaign council would be in the forefront for the reelection of Gov. Sule and election of Bola Tinubu, presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC).

Buhari added that his administration had been committed to safety and security, revitalisation of agriculture and diversification of the economy, provision of infrastructure, fighting corruption and others and such legacies would be sustained and improved upon by Tinubu.

President Buhari also called on the people of Nasarawa State to support all APC candidates for various positions in Nasarawa State to consolidate on the achievements so far recorded.

On his part, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu, National Chairman of APC, said the Presidential candidate of the party had been tested and trusted in the areas of human capital development, improved revenue generation and a man of ideas.

Adamu believed that Tinubu would make the country better security wise and make its economy the best in Africa when elected as president in 2023.

“Tinubu served as a governor of Lagos and he made its economy and the entire system working again and will replicate that in the country by the grace of God,” Adamu added.

The APC national chairman also called on the people to vote for Gov. Sule again to consolidate on his laudable achievements in security, agriculture, infrastructure, human capital development, better welfare for workers, employment generation, among others.

Adamu said that Nasarawa State was an APC state and the party would win election in the state in 2023.

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