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Marafa mobilises 1000 stakeholders to support Matawalle

Senator Kabir Garba Marafa led a meeting of stakeholders from his political structure across Zamfara State to canvass support for the second term bid of…

Senator Kabir Garba Marafa led a meeting of stakeholders from his political structure across Zamfara State to canvass support for the second term bid of Governor Matawalle ahead of March 11th, 2023 Gubernatorial Election in the state.

According to Dr. Mikailu Barau, Adviser Strategic Communications and Engagements to Senator Marafa, the Senator addressed the gathering of over 1000 stakeholders from 147 wards of 14 Local Government of the state, Senator Marafa called on them to vote and canvass support for Governor Matawalle in their respective domains.

Senator Marafa described support to Matawalle by the group as a duty to match the established reputation of the group.

Marafa affirmed that the spirit of the agreement with Matawalle makes commitment to his second term bid as unconditional and mandatory urging the stakeholders to ensure that he was returned with overwhelming votes.

Concluding his message to the supporters, Senator Marafa commended the effort of Governor Matawalle in uniting Zamfara State politically identifying it as a pedestal for economic and social development.

He submitted that as political leaders, they will serve as guarantors to people in their yearning for human development programmes in areas of education, health and infrastructure after the election.

The meeting is one of the series of meetings organised by Senator Marafa led groups through the week to support Matawalle’s election come Saturday. Other meetings in the series include one with Mal. Aminu Jelani led group with representation from across the state that merged with the Marafa political group in 2022. Another meeting will also be held with support groups affiliated to Senator Marafa across the state.

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