Kwara 2023: BMA canvasses for AbdulRazaq re-election, APC candidates


By Shuaib Habeebullahi

The Beki Mashood AbdulQuadri for AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq (TheBMA4AA) yesterday embarked on a door-to-door campaign in Ilorin, the state capital, in support of the second term bid of Kwara State governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq and All Progressives Congress candidates.

Convener Beki Mashood AbdulQuadri, a former aspirant under the All Progressives Congress and an Alumnus of The Electoral College, made it known that Governor AbdulRazaq has changed the history of the state for good through his visionary and managerial prowess, creating a highly competitive and secure environment for businesses to thrive in the state.

The event, which started at Alanamu community, cut across communities in Alanamu ward of Ilorin West Local government, attracted members of the group and dwellers taking to the street to strengthen people’s trust in the All Progressives Congress government in the state.

According to the group, the need for the door-to-door campaign was to educate prospective voters and canvass support for Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq and other APC candidates in the 2023 elections.

“The past administration crippled the economy of the state. The state was unsuitable for investors and business owners due to inhumane administration. The youth were used to unleash terror in the state. They turned the state of harmony to disharmony.

“Governor AbdulRazaq is Godsent. He has birthed rapid development in the state. He’s youth-friendly, and we now have youth in various serviceable positions. This administration has touched every sector in the state, from health, agriculture, education, and others have been receiving enormous attention.”

“I urged Kwarans not to accept the bogus propaganda of the opposition parties. They have nothing to offer. Let’s continue supporting the administration of Governor AbdulRazaq and other APC candidates. This is just a start; we’ll tour every part of the state to showcase why people should support him,” said Beki.

Other communities visited were: Ode Alfanda, Ita Elefun, Adabata, Agaka, Oja-Oba, Ita Elepa, amongst others.


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