2023: Foremost KWHA Aspirant, Galad inaugurates ward coordinators across Ilorin South

 

In preparation for the forthcoming primaries of the All Progressives Congress, foremost aspirant for the Kwara State House of Assembly, Ilorin South constituency, Galadima Nasir Abdullahi, has inaugurated grassroots mobilisers across all wards in the constituency.

Galadima, an entrepreneur and philanthropist, inaugurated the coordinators at his Tanke residence on Thursday, March 3.

It will be recalled that the Independent National Electoral Commission last week mandated all Political Parties to conduct their primaries for State Assembly before June 17, 2022 in compliance with the amended Electoral Act.

Speaking at the inauguration, Galad said the aspiration was in line with his avowed commitment to always serve the interest of the masses at all times, adding that his agenda is purely on collectivism.

The philanthropist also appreciated the support of party faithful across the eleven wards for their show of support, calling on them to move to their wards and start mobiliising for the All Progressives Congress and for Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq.

“I appreciate your readiness to work with me for the betterment of our constituency. This is a great step towards collectivism. As you’re now my ears and faces in your wards, please let’s ensure we mobilise more people for our party and more support for our performing Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq.” Galad said.

Expressing thier pleasure, the coordinators in good gestures acknowledged Hon. Galadima for his long time commitment to humanitarian services, community development and most especially for being a worthy Ambassador of Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq in Ilorin South Local Government.

They also expressed their commitment to the project and to mobilise more members into the APC.

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