The delegation was led by a former presidential candidate, Bashir Tofa, and included Kabiru Gaya, Ibrahim Khalil, Barau Jibrin and Ibrahim Kankarofi, among others.
The group were reportedly there to show the support to for the governor on his defection to the All Progressives Congress, APC. The ANPP is one of the original parties that merged to form the APC before the governor and others joined.
Elders pledge allegiance to Kwankwaso
By Ahmad Salim
Mr. Kwankwaso thanked the delegates for their solidarity and reassured of his commitment to carry along members of the party. He said that each party loyalist had a role to play in ensuring that the APC wins elections in 2015 and beyond.
They promised to work with the governor as the leader of the APC in the state.
Some former leaders and gubernatorial aspirants in Kano under the defunct All Nigeria Peoples Party, ANPP, paid a courtesy visit to the state governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, on Wednesday, at the government house.
Responding, Mr. Kwankwaso said, “The APC portends a good omen for Kano and Nigeria. All over this part of the country, people are joining our party and with a strong and united followership,we will bring about the desired change in this country.”
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