Kano Gov Legal tussle: APC chieftain, Seyi Olorunsola mobilize  Non-Indigenous  pro  Gawuna group  to seek divine intervention 

 

Kano Gov Legal tussle: APC chieftain, Seyi Olorunsola mobilize  Non-Indigenous  pro  Gawuna group  to seek divine intervention

 

All Progressive Congress, APC chieftain Seyi Olorunsola has mobilized  non-indigenous Christian communities  in the state to seek divine intervention for the   success of  Nasir Gawuna at the supreme court.

 

The group have embarked on spiritual exercises to ask for divine favour  in the ongoing legal tussle between APC and the NNPP over  the governorship seat of Kano state.

 

 

Seyi speaking on the motive behind the prayer sessions said “ the upcoming Supreme Court hearing stems from the appeal filed by the NNPP and its candidate, Governor Abba Yusuf, challenging the results of the March 18, 2023 Gubernatorial elections in Kano State.

 

Speaking at  the  prayer conference , Seyi said “ the non-indigenous Christian community gathered to intercede on behalf of Dr Nasir Gawuna, seeking divine intervention to  claim his mandate.

 

He urged the attendees to persevere in their prayers until victory is achieved.

 

He also cautioned against potential interference from external forces .

 

The APC stalwart expressed gratitude to the judiciary for their steadfast commitment to the rule of law thus far.

 

Seyi  assured the public that the ruling national APC remains committed to the democratic process and vehemently opposes any attempts to subvert  the sanctity of the electoral system.

 

 

 

He said “As the non-indigenous Christian community concludes their prayer conference, their collective hopes and aspirations extend beyond the immediate political context. They envision a Kano State and a Nigeria where peace prevails, prosperity abounds, and the democratic principles that underpin the nation’s governance are upheld.”

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