The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has sympathized with flood victims in Kano State, donating N100m to them.
Tinubu, who is in Kano on a 2-day visit made the donation of N100 million to flood during a dinner organised in his honour by Kano Business Community Council.
Tinubu said the donation will assist and help to alleviate the impact of the floods on the victims in the affected local government areas.
The former governor of Lagos vowed to improve on existing industries and ensure they continue to be a source of industrialisation and growth, not just for the North or Kano but the entire country.
He assured the business community that he would provide an enabling environment for business to thrive in the state.
Speaking also at the meeting was Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje who affirmed that Tinubu has the leadership capacity that would consolidate and perpetuate the country’s democratic gains.
He added, “Kano is APC and APC is Kano. So, our people are on board and we are soliciting for their support as usual.”
Ganduje charged all party members to remain united and focused as the party moved with Nigerians to victory in 2023.
The APC National Chairman, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu, in his remarks, lauded the business community council for organizing the dinner for the APC flagbearer.
According to Adamu, such gesture is an endorsement and a display of faith in Tinubu to lead Nigeria, promising that their demands would be met if Tinubu is elected president.