Ganduje shuts down stadium ahead of PDP campaign rally

Ganduje the head of the Kano State government on Monday, February 4 has ordered the immediate closure of the two major stadia that the PDP Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar, is expected to hold his campaign rally

(Sani Abacha National Stadium or Kano Pillars stadium, Sabon Gari) in the state, 5 days to the massively and highly acclaimed Kano Mega Rally of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), duly headlined by the all popular Kwankwassiya movement in the business hub of Kano State, MYSTREETGIST reports.


MYSTREETGIST learnt that this happened because of the fear of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), especially the former Governor of Kano State and the former Vice President of Nigeria, Rabiu Kwankwaso and Atiku Abubakar respectively, has forced the All Progressive Congress (APC) into undue panic mode.

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According to the source who begged for his identity not to be revealed, the governor had received a confidential report that a lot of PDP supporters are being mobilised in their numbers from across the state.


He said: “There is every possibility that Atiku will pool more crowd than President Muhammadu Buhari did in the state during his campaign last week.
“People are already angry and tired of Ganduje.


“Also, the governor doesn’t want to send a bad signal to Abuja because the crowd will be massive.”


When contacted for comment, Abbati Sabo, the spokesman of the sports commission, said the directive was not intended to scuttle the campaign rally of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate

Author: Agabi Joseph

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