Mammoth crowd at Sani Abacha Stadium as Buhari takes campaign to Kano State


20.01.2015 —Ahead of the presidential elections in February 14, the All

Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign continued their

'Change' journey, landing in the ancient city of Kano. The delegation

was led by the Muhammadu Buhari, continuing his tour of his northern

political stronghold that began this week, along with his selected vice

president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo
Other prominent members of the party also in attendance included the

party's national leader, Bola Tinubu; Governor Rotimi Amaechi, Director

General for the campaign; and Speaker of the House of Representatives,

Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal amongst others.
The rally, which held at the Sani Abacha Stadium in Kano, saw the

largest crowd yet gathered in support of any candidate.

The streets were lined with supporters who came to catch a glimpse of

the presidential hopeful, Buhari.
Presenting the party's aspirant to the enthusiastic supporters on the

ground, Tambuwal said, “I want to tell you that God is with us, for He

has given us Buhari who will end corruption in Nigeria…. If you come out

and vote for us, by God's grace, we will achieve all we have set to do.”

Buhari, nearly overwhelmed by the mammoth gathering, slowly made his way

to the stage and addressed the supporters in Hausa, reaffirming his

commitment to restoring security, power supply, education and

infrastructure. He also spoke on the vital importance of collecting

permanent voter cards and ensuring they defended their votes. “Ensure

you stay behind and defend your votes,” he said to an uplifted audience

who chanted in return, “Sai Buhari! Baba oyoyo!”
From there the team proceeded to Jigawa State.
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