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Trekking to Protest Against Democratic Injustice meted to Aisha Al-Hassan (Mama Taraba)


Just when we thought the 'trekkings' were subsiding, another young man, Haruna Muhammed Salisu is trekking from Kano to Abuja in honour of the APC gubernatorial Candidate, Hajiya Aisha Al-Hassan who he believes was unjustifiably denied victory at the just concluded re-run elections in Taraba state and 2 other states.
According to Naij, The wife of Kaduna state governor-elect Nasir El-Rufai, Aisha Nasir El-Rufir yesterday welcomed a man who is trekking from Kano to Abuja in Kaduna.

The man, Haruna Muhammed Salisu is trekking to Abuja to protest against what he termed, “injustice against gubernatorial candidate of All Progressives Congress, APC, in Taraba state, Hajiya Aisha Al-Hassan, during the just concluded Taraba state governorship election. He said that he is walking to Abuja with files that prove the rigging against Taraba APC female gubernatorial candidate, Aisha Jummai-Alhassan to hand over to the party leaders for action.

Since there has been fuel hike and scarcity, maybe these trekkings will motivate us to tale more walks than rely on cars all the time, someone remarked today. Lolz

Kai! I love Nigeria!

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