Breaking: Support group assures Uba Sani of millions of votes in 2023
The Chairman of a support group, the Uba Sani Ambassadors, Musa Ibrahim Zamzam has promised to mobilize over a million votes for the Kaduna APC governorship flagbearer in the 2023 election, leveraging on the capacity and capability of other members of the group in their respective local government areas.
The support group’s leadership gave this assurance at a special event to mark its official launching in Kaduna. The Kaduna APC governorship flagbearer addressed a mammoth crowd of supporters and admirers on Wednesday.
The lawmaker who currently represents Kaduna Central Senatorial District, told the electorate especially his supporters to get ready to engage him and other candidates on issue-based politics ahead of the 2023 governorship election in the state.
He explained both his political supporters and other residents of the state should ask all the candidates what they have done in education, health, infrastructure, human capital development among others to assess their competence in practice.
Uba Sani, who commended the support he has so far received from numerous support groups clarified that he has not given any group a penny to support his political ambition ahead of the campaign window as contained in the electoral laws.
“I want to thank the support group for doing a lot. You guys are doing a lot. I want to make it clear here that since the inception of this group none of us, either myself or anybody from my campaign team has supported them with one kobo and that is why I believed in their conviction, their commitment, and their support.
“This group is one of the largest groups we have in the campaign train but because we have not started the campaign officially, I will not say much. When the campaign starts, we will sit with you and the people of Kaduna state because we are focusing on politics of issues and I want to urge you to focus on issues.
“Most of the leading candidates represent their districts. I want all of you to ask us about our achievements. What we have done for you people. It is not the politics of saying I will do this or that but the politics of what have you done?
“Have you ever asked your representatives what they have contributed to healthcare services, education, infrastructure, and human capital development sectors of the economy? He asked.