Breaking: Uba Sani Campaign Monitors Consultative Committee unveiled
By Abdullahi Yahaya Anchau
As the race for Kaduna governorship elections hots up, the Senator Uba Sani
Campaign Monitoring and Consultative Committee has been inagurated at Local Local Government and Ward levels in the State.
Politics Today learnt that the combined campaign and consultations are part of the practical steps the leadership of the committee has taken to increase the speedy and give a major boost to the “public visibility, acceptability and success” of Senator Uba Sani as the next governor of Kaduna State.
Speaking in his goodwill message at the inauguration that began in Sabon Gari Local Government area of the State, yesterday the Committee Secretary – Yusuf Lawal explained to newly-appointed officials of the campaign team that they all have a duty to penetrate communities to market the 2023 APC APC flagbearer.
He further explained that the lawmaker already has well-known records of legislative activism and philanthropy that could easily be deployed to sell him to the people, especially at the grassroots.
In is address, the chairman of the committee, Honorable Muktar Maude also told the mammoth crowd at the event that Nigerian politics has changed today because the voters are more enlightened and won’t elect candidates that have no record of performance before stepping into the electoral battlefield. He said the primary objective of the committee is to both campaign and consult widely for “massive support” to Senator Uba Sani’s emergence as the most suitable successor to incumbent Governor Nasir Ahmad Elrufai.
Another member of the Committee, Hajiya Hadiza Mohammed has noted that the number of women in the Committee was a proof that the Kaduna APC flagbearer 2023 flagbearer, Uba Sani “is gender-sensitive political leader”.
The inauguration, according to the leadership of the committee, has been designed to go in phases and will expectedly cover the 23 Local Government areas of Kaduna State, ahead of the next general elections.
The high table at the event had influential political heavyweights of Kaduna State, including elected representatives, clerics, market women and civil society leaders in the State.