Ado Doguwa said he is in the APC Daram Dam party forever, after meeting with Tinubu
He said that those who say he will leave the party are promoting what he called “fake stories.”
Ado Doguwa representing Doguwa/Tudun Wada Constituency in Kano State in the House of Representatives said this when he paid a visit to show support for the presidential candidate of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in Abuja on Sunday.
The House Majority Leader visited Tinubu together with a member of the state assembly, two local government leaders of his constituency and some prominent leaders of the state.
Assuring Asiwaju Tinubu of his support and continued presence in the APC, he said Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje is in his hands.
He said “ÄPC was my party, my future. I will not leave the party for someone else. I continued to be in APC because victory belongs to the party.
“I also believe that we have a presidential candidate in Asiwaju Tinubu who has the talent, ability and experience to turn around the country’s economy, the wealth of the country, as he did in Lagos. I believe that under Tinubu, Nigeria will be better among nations.
“Kano is under the effective leadership of Governor Ganduje whom I call an Engineer because of the amazing things he has done in the state and the way he has made Kano a role model. He improved and created more infrastructure. Ganduje is everything to us in Kano.
“With Governor Ganduje leading this position, we will hand over the state to APC, to Asiwaju Tinubu. We have done this before in Kano State. During the canceled 1993 election, we voted for MKO Abiola/Babagana Kingibe of the then SDP party, where we voted for our late son Alhaji Bashir Tofa of the defunct NRC party. Tofa is not only from Kano, he is a prominent politician. Kano election based on ideology. History will repeat itself in Kano. Mark my words.”
Asiwaju Tinubu thanked Ado Doguwa for his visit, where he promised to support him and the rest of the people of the state.
He recalled that he was far away from Ado Doguwa, from the time they were in the National Assembly in 1992, he in the Senate and Doguwa in the House of Representatives, where he described the Leader of the House of Representatives as his son and trusted friend.