Kwara: N-Power beneficiaries in Patigi promise block votes for President Buhari

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Over five hundred Youths from Patigi emirate, Kwara State have lend credence to the re-election bid of President Muhammadu Bihari , Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the February 16th Polls.

The Youths who are beneficiaries of the Federal Government N-Power programme converged on the Cultural Center, Patigi to declare their unalloyed support for the electoral victory of all APC candidates in the 2019 polls.

The cheering youths in their large number moved to major streets within the township from the Cultural Center where they had been received to the fold of APC on behalf of the Director General, AbdulRahman AbdulRazak Campaign Organization (AACO), Kwara North, Alhaji Muhammad Kudu Muhammad by the Director of Youths Mobilization, Alhaji Muhammad Dangana Baiwa.

The cheering youths who cut across N- Agriculture and N-Teachers among others promised to work for the electoral victory of APC in the nooks and crannies of the area.

Coordinator of the group, Muhammad Ndagi reflected on the achievements of the administration with an indication that his government impacted positively on the lives of several young unemployed Nigerians.

He described the party as masses friendly saying the stance of President Buhari on corruption is unique among the features that endeared him to Nigerians.

The FG N-Power beneficiaries and others in the Buhari support groups wore T-shirts with APC insignia and rode on motorcycles and some vehicles passing through LG Secretariat, New Market, Ahman Patigi Road, Ilorin Road, Canthy and Gbaradogi Roads among others.

They were also at the palace of Etsy Patigi Alhaji Ibrahim Chatta Umar to solicit the support of the first Class Monarch for the electoral victory of APC in the Area.

In the meantime, the D.G. APC Campaign for Kwara North Muhammad Kudu Muhammad paid scheduled visits to over 125 units in Edu Local Government Council with a view to getting a clearer majority votes in the February 16th and March 2nd polls.

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