At a rally held at the Muna Hotel in Yola, hundreds of members of the All Progressives Congress, or APC, swore to make the presidential campaign of Chief Ahmed Bola Tinubu and Kashim Shettima a resounding success in Adamawa.
Elder Tadawus Samaila, the state chairman of the APC, gave a speech to the newly formed APC Presidential Campaign Council (PCC). He promised to work hard to beat Atiku Abubakar, the PDP presidential candidate, in his home state.
In his inaugural address, the presidential campaign council team in Adamawa state, led by Engr. Martins Babale, a former deputy governor, claimed to have a formidable squad to ensure Tinubu’s win in the state.
No party in the state will defeat Tinubu and Kashim in the upcoming 2023 elections, he claimed, adding that the APC is already a successful party.
During the swearing-in, PCC publicity secretary Mohammed Mayas emphasized once more that the incumbent governor, Rt. Hon. Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri should start packing his bags because their candidate for governor in 2023 is better qualified and is qualified to succeed him.
The PCC’s state team was made up of former commissioners, lawmakers, governors, senatorial candidates, and grassroots politicians.
Mayas claimed that the squad is made up of energetic politicians, including those who were appointed to carry out the APC presidential duty of winning the state election, including Musa Ahmed, Fenny Fwa, Emmanuel Tsamdu, Musa Kamale, Mahmoud Sali, Engr. Ramatu Sali Bello, Olvadi Bema, and many more.
Mayas said that the Adamawa APC is now more united than split, which was the opposite of what the opposition wanted before the recent court rulings by Justice MZ Anka of the Federal High Court.
He emphasized that unity is stronger than ever and that, God willing, the APC is poised to seize control of not just the nation as a whole but also the state.