A wake of new variant as an aspirant,. Alhaji Sani Sha’aban in the 2023 Kaduna state Governorship election received a gift of Expression of Interest and Nomination forms from his children to gun for the ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2023 Kaduna state Governorship election.
Our investigation revealed that it is the Seventeen children of the Kaduna state APC governorship aspirant, Alhaji Sani Sha’aba came together and bought the forms for him to contest the 2023 governorship election.
Before now, what is prominent in the media space and political arena the purchase and presentation of forms by pressure groups and friends of aspirants in virtually all the political parties.
Asmau Sani-Sha’aban, the Chief Executive Officer, Design Oasis and eldest daughter of the governorship aspirant, confirmed on Thursday in Abuja that the children came together and contributed the N50 million needed to pick the forms.
She said the forms were gifts from us, the children to “our father, who is an astute politician with great competence and ability.
“He has what it takes to govern and bring lasting peace to Kaduna State.
“His chances of emerging victorious in the election are bright because the people love and admire him.’’
Asmau, a construction engineer, described her father as a man with empathy who relates well with all, including with the less privileged.
She assured Kaduna State residents that if elected as governor in 2023, her father would address issues of insecurity in the state by creating employment.
“He believes that insecurity in the state is caused by lack of jobs.
“To him, if the people are properly engaged, and there are enough jobs, issues of insecurity will be brought to an end as the people will be gainfully employed.
“If there are enough jobs, insecurity in the state wouldn’t be as bad as it is today,’’ she said, adding that her father’s priority would be education and advancement of technology.
Still expanding on her father’s selling points, Asmau said Alhaji Sha’aban would address infrastructure deficit in Kaduna State if elected governor in 2023.