Ahead of the 2023 general elections, stakeholders of the governing All Progressives Congress, APC, interface with people of Gadanuke district of Toto Local Government Area of the State.
Coordinator of the group, Alhaji Garba praised the Chairman for his sincerity of purpose and equal distribution of wealth among the three districts.
He said various programs and policies of present administration inform their decision to throw their weight eying Governor and all APC candidates in the area.
He expressed optimism that APC will win all her elections considering it’s influence, contact and achievements scatter all over places.
On his part, the lawmaker representing the area and candidate of the APC in the 2023 election, Hon. Usman Labaran Shafa says the present administration brought series of development following the interest it has for the people of the area.
Executive Chairman Toto LGC, Honourable Aliyu Abdullahi Tashas on Wednesday lead Tinubu/Shattima campaign council to Gadabuke district to sensitize the people on the need to vote APC in the upcoming elections in an effort to sustain and consolidate already achieve gains.
The council boss was flanked by the lawmaker representing Toto/Gadabuke state constituency, Hon. Usman Labaran Shafa, Special Adviser to the Chairman on political matters, Hon. Musa Dasuko, Toto LG APC Chairman, Alhaji Ahmed Shuaibu (Katuka) and host others.
Hon. Tashas reminded the people of Gadabuke to reciprocate the zonal arrangement of chairmanship office which now rotate for ease of administration among the three districts of the council, peace and security infrastructure and among other things were made possible by the ruling APC led administration in the State.
He praised the Governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule for the rapid development and transformation of Toto LGA, assured him of a bloc vote.
A press statement issued on Wednesday by Yahaya Idris Toto, Senior Special Assistant Media & Communications to Executive Chairman said hundreds of party’s faithful especially youths and women came out in their number in solidarity with ruling party and to cheer her to victory in the slated February 25th and March 11th 2023 elections.