Kebbi First Lady Engages Women To Support Tinubu-Shettima, Idris

By Ayo Ajoge, Birnin-Kebbi 

Wife of Kebbi State Governor, Dr. Zainab Bagudu on Sunday mobilized women from the 21 local government areas of the state to canvass votes for APC presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu/Shetima and the Governorship Candidate of the party in the state, Dr Nasiru Idris.

The governor’s wife who mobilized women for the campaign rally in the ancient town of Argungu  said the APC deserve women support and votes in the next month elections because it has done so much for them at the state and national levels.

Dr. Bagudu enjoined the women to come out in large numbers  and vote APC government from top to bottom, adding that the APC governments across the country has done well for women.

“We must vote APC to return it’s candidates to Power so that we can continue to enjoy dividend of democracy. I enjoin all women in kebbi State to support APC and vote it’s presidential candidate,Bola Tinubu/Shetima and Governorship Candidate Nasiru Idris in next month elections”. 

The Governor wife added that the president Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has demonstrated it’s support for women across the country through it’s various empowerment programs.

“No administration has included women in the running of affairs of the state and country like the Buhari and Bagudu’s APC administrations. Many women are given different appointments..We need to support APC administration to return to power.”

She said the outgoing administration of her husband has fulfilled it’s promises to women in the state. She urged them to support the governorship candidate of the party to continue with the good work of APC government for women.

In her address,the  Director General Campaign  women wing of APC in the state Hajiya Zara Bawa said let them not lie to you Bagudu administration has has helped women in many ways. If you elect Nasiru Idris he will continue with Bagudu’s good work for women”.

Wife of the APC Governorship Candidate Hajiya Nasare Idris also appealed to women in the state to extend the support they gave to Bagudu to her husband to win the governorship election. “Let him continue from where Bagudu stopped”, she said.

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