68 Political Groups To Work For Governor Bala In 2023- Says Barde
By Muslim Lawal
About sixty eight political groups and community based organizations across the states of the federation have declared interest to work for Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State for his success in the 2023 general elections.
The Senior Special Assistant to the Bauchi Governor on Mobilization, Mohammed Haruna Barde announced this in a statement issued to journalists in Bauchi on Wednesday.
Mohammed Haruna Barde said the political groups and community based organizations assured to work assiduously for the victory of the governor in any position he may contest in the next elections.
According to him, as governor’s aide on Mobilization, he welcomed and appreciated the groups for declaring interest to join hands with the governor.
“So far, 68 political groups and community based organizations have contacted me as the SSA on Mobilization to the Governor to register their support to the governor in 2032 general elections.”
“Also in my capacity, I have visited high profile politicians and I am happy to inform the general public that they have declared interest to assist and work with our Governor.”
The Governor’s aide on Mobilization said the visiting high profile personalities expressed satisfaction with the performance of Governor Bala Mohammed in the delivery of dividends of democracy in the last two years of his administration in Bauchi state.
Mohammed Barde said already in Bauchi his office has initiated a project tagged “5 in 15, Kaura Mobilization Project” with the aim of working for the success of the governor at the grassroots.
“We have initiated a “5 in 15, Kaura Mobilization Project and the project covers all the wards of the state and we are hoping to extend its activities to all the states of the federation.
The Governor’s aide on Mobilization said when the governor announced his position on the endorsement of supporters to contest the presidential election, his office will remain committed towards ensuring the success of the movement.
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