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Friday 3 February 2023

APC Remains Best Option For Kwara, Says Saliu Mustapha

The All Progressives Congress (APC) Senatorial Candidate for Kwara Central, Mallam Saliu Mustapha, said that going by the developmental strides in Kwara State, the party remains the best option for the people of the state.

Mr Mustapha disclosed this on Thursday while addressing party faithful and community leaders during the kick-off of his Ward-to-Ward campaign tour in Asa Local Government Area of the state.

The APC senatorial candidate stated that Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq led administration is breaking developmental records in the state, adding that the people of the state are now enjoying good governance.

According to him, every ward across the state has enjoyed dividends of democracy under the responsive and people's friendly leadership of Governor AbdulRazaq.

The Turaki of Ilorin, therefore, charged the electorates in the state to re-elect the governor in order for him to consolidate on his achievements.

Mr Mustapha also called on the electorate to vote other APC candidates including Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to enjoy all inclusive governance.

He said: "Electing me and all other APC candidates means Kwarans will enjoy more inclusiveness in governance and policy that will enhance effective implementation of more sustainable empowerment programs."

Mr Mustapha was in company of the APC House of Representatives candidate for Asa/Ilorin West Federal Constituency, Owode Onire Constituency Flagbearer, Hon Rukayat Shittu, Chairman Kwara SUBEB, Prof AbdulRaheem Adaramaja and other party stalwarts visited Dogari Eti Ile ward, Ogundele Efue/Berikodo ward, Owode Oja and Ballah ward.

The Governor and the Director-General Kwara APC Campaign Council, Amb Yahaya Seriki, also joined the Ward-to-Ward tour to reassure the residents of his administration's commitment towards impacting lives of Kwarans positively.

The APC campaign train paid homage to the traditional leaders, religious leaders and addressed residents in every ward visited.

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