Tinubu donates 100milion Naira to Kano Flood Victims


The presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) donates 100 Million Naira to victims of flood in Kano.

This was announced by Tinubu at a dinner organized in his honour on Saturay, by the Kano Business Community.

Tinubu said the donation was to help alleviate the sufferings of the flood victims in the different local government Areas. He called for sustained prayers for the state and Nigeria as a whole.

The Ex Governor of Lagos promised that if elected as president, he will ensure that Nigeria’s diversity “served as a source of prosperity for all.”

“Unity in diversity, peace and prosperity are the fulcrum of my mission in this contest,” he said

The APC candidate commended Governor Ganduje for his stride in the development of infrastructure in the state.

He added that the Federal Government has taken several measures to build solid infrastructure and helping businesses happen more with ease across the country.

He pledged pledged to reposition existing industries and make them a competitive source of industrialization and growth, not just for the North or Kano but for Nigeria as a whole.

He also promised to provide an enabling environment for businesses to thrive .

“If we win the election, we will call your representatives and see how we can move the nation forward,” he said.

Tinubu, described Gov. Ganduje as a “friend and a reliable partner”, saying that the relationship between Kano and Lagos dated back to years due to the similarities between the two economic giants.

Responding, Abdullahi Ganduje said that Tinubu has the capacity to provide the needed leadership that would consolidate and continue to ensure the country’s democratic gains.

“Kano is APC and APC is Kano. So, our people are on board and we are soliciting for their support as usual,” he explained.

ALSO READ: Peter Obi sympathizes with victims of the flood


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