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Tinubu Has Already Won Zamfara State – Marafa

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The coordinator of the All Progressives Congress’s Presidential Campaign Council in Zamfara State, Senator Kabiru Marafa has come out to say that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu should concentrate on other states because there is no opposition in Zamfara.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, by Allah’s grace, the people of the state would overwhelmingly vote for Tinubu during the February 25, 2023 presidential and national assembly elections.

He added that the only opposition in Zamfara now has no commander, and war can’t be fought without a commander.

His words, “There is no opposition in Zamfara State. Can you fight a war without a commander? No, the opposition in Zamfara now has no commander. Therefore, the war in Zamfara has been won.”

“As Muslims, our religion teaches us that we should love our brothers as we love ourselves. This is why I’m calling on the state governor to give our brother (PDP governorship candidate, Dauda Lawal) a chance to return home.”

“We will give him two to three weeks to come and seek forgiveness so that we can forgive him. Let him return home so that we can work together.”

“A brother of mine told me a leadership position is like a seat in a barbershop. When one customer finishes his haircut, another will sit on the same seat to also have his haircut.”

“Presently, someone is sitting on the Zamfara State governorship seat. Bello Matawalle is the one Allah (SWT) has given it to. With what we saw today (the multitude of people that came out to welcome them), anybody thinking he wants to occupy the seat should have a second thought.”

“Wait until he (Matawalle) finishes his second term in office; you can then vie for it; but presently, you (Dauda Lawal) have not learned enough, you need to come back for more training.”

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