Aisha Buhari Visit To Yola, A Hallmark Of Winning Guber Election
An aura of good omen come 11th April polls is glaring to All progressives Congress (APC) to win in the governorship contest in Adamawa state, as Hajiya Aisha Mohammadu Buhari stormed Yola on Wednesday with a very high entourage party women, prominent among them are the former deputy Governor of plateau state, Mrs Pauline Tallen, Adamawa north senator elect, Mrs Binta Marsi Garba Tumba and two of her biological daughter Zara and Amina Buhari.
Mrs Buhari in a town hall meeting with the women thank them for given a massive votes for APC in the last Presidential and National assembly elections, she called them to still vote for APC on Saturday as is the only certainty for the state to experience total change.
'This is my second time to come to Yola, my first coming is to canvass for votes I didn't get the opportunity to meet with you, now I am opportune to meet with you to specially thank you for voting APC,but your work is not complete until when you vote in APC candidates in the coming polls on Saturdays, the only assurance for Buhari to work well for the people of Adamawa state.' Buhari said
She also cautioned the women in the shun all form of Religion and sectional politics as it does bring any positive development, asking the women to avoid politics of greed and financial benefits
' In our country there is no way politics of religion will stand, I have friends from south-south who are predominantly Christian, all my political allies are also from the Christian folds.
'I want to understand that its in a personality of a person that will have a greater transformation.
'My money is not to be given to people,beside I don't even have,I one I had I gave it for long now I want her with my husband to work for the country,within a shortest possible time the country will move forward'. Aisha cautioned
The first lady in waiting paid a condolence visit to the wife of Adamawa state governor,Mrs Hannatu James Bala Nggilari for the lost of her Mother in law for God to give her internal rest, Ngilari who spared her time to congratulate the first lady praying God to give her husband the good wisdom to lead Nigeria
'We elections has come and gone, I congratulate my sister, my prayers for you and our president elect is for God to give him perfect wisdom to lead us well, we the same people after the whole thing are to come together to push our country forward'. Nggilari said.
Hundreds of Party women from all the 21 LGAs filled up the Yola international airport to give her a robust welcome.