Zamfara groups back Matawalle with N50m nomination form

Zamfara groups back Matawalle with N50m nomination form

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A total of 102 groups and organisations resident in Zamfara State have contributed the sum of N50 million to Governor Bello Matawalle to purchase the 2023 All Progressives Congress governorship nomination form.

A statement by the Publicity Secretary of the APC in the state, Yusuf Idris, said the cheque would be handed over to Governor Matawalle on Friday.

According to Idris, a grand rally would be organised by the state APC officials for the presentation of the N50 million cheque to the Governor.

Idris said members of the party, supporters and well wishers would converge at the Gusau Eid praying ground by 8 o’clock in the morning on Friday for onward movement to the Government House, Gusau, for the presentation of the N50m cheque.

He said, “Having expressed confidence and satisfaction in the positively focused leadership of Governor Bello Mohammed Matawalle, 102 groups jointly contributed the sum of N50 million with the aim of supporting the Governor for the purchase of the 2023 APC Governorship Nomination Form.

“It is in the light of this that the APC in the state is inviting all party members, supporters and admirers to the formal presentation of the N50 million cheque to His Excellency, the Executive Governor of Zamfara, Bello Matawalle, under the leadership of the state APC Chairman, Tukur Danfulani.

“All attendees are expected to gather at the Gusau Eid Praying Ground by 8:00 am on Friday, May 6, 2022, for onward movement and presentation of the form at the Government House, Gusau.”

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