Olufemi Ajadi visits Kano Governor-elect Yusuf Abba, seeks solid alliance within NNPP
The governorship candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) in Ogun, Olufemi Ajadi, has paid a visit to Yusuf Kabir Abba, the governor-elect of Kano state, and the party’s presidential candidate in the February 25 election, Rabiu Kwankwaso.
Ajadi led a delegation comprising his running mate, campaign team members, and other officials to congratulate Abba on his victory and explore ways to forge a more solid alliance within the NNPP.
Shakirat Idris Arowolo, his running mate, Babatunde Oke, Campaign DG and National Southwest Secretary, Oladayo Kilamuwaye Badmus, Campaign Strategy, and Southwest National PRO, Bagbansoro Precious Ogun Central Senatorial Women Leader and Lawal Abdulaih, media aide, were part of the entourage.
Speaking to journalists after the visit, Ajadi said it was to forge a more solid alliance within the NNPP.
Ajadi noted that his team, Abba, and Kwankwaso agreed to work together in order to build a New Kano and a New Nigeria that will benefit the masses.
Speaking further, Ajadi showered praises on Abba.
He stated that his victory was a manifestation of the people’s belief in his leadership capacity.
He added that Abba’s victory was a lesson for all that everyone matters in politics.
Ajadi said: “To defeat the ruling party is not child’s play; Abba and NNPP have shown that this is possible. The people believe in his ability to lead and it was clear to all that the election was the decision of the people of Kano.”