Governor Bello Mohammed (Matawallen Maradun, Shattiman Sakkwato, Barden Hausa, Turakin Borgu, Fagachin Zango, Obapero Ile-Oluwa of Ile-Ife) has began his second term bid campaign rallies at the ancient city of Kauran- Namoda amidst unprecedented mammoth crowd of supporters.

Supported at the kick-off by all the past Governors of Zamfara State and all Political juganuts of Zamfara State, the Governor threw the entire city of Kauran Namoda and its environs into a frenzy.

Both former Governors Alhaji Ahmad Sani Yarima and Alhaji Mahmuda Aliyu Shikafi spoke on the need for continuity so that all projects and programmes started by His Excellency Dr Bello Mohammed can be completed and built upon. 

They both commended Governor Matawalle for embracing everyone into the fold even as he eventually took over the machinery of the only living and functional Political Party in the state.

Former Governor Abdulazeez Yari Abubakar, who happens to be the Co-ordinator of the Campaign for the return of Dr Bello Mohammed in 2023 called for total support and fight for the return of Matawalle to ensure sustenance of laudable developmental programs..

He said that for the fisrt time, the entire political class of Zamfara State are now one. He advised against voting other than the APC in state, reminding them that the present situation in Zamfara state calls for revert to 1999 situation where the Political Class who matte in the state all spoke with one voice .

His Excellency, Dr Bello Mohammed, who was elated at the grand reception by mammoth supporters from across the state promised not to let the people down. He noted that the rallying around with a single voice among the political class of Zamfara State was to the glory of God.

He said that the single feat of rallying all political warlords in the state to board one Ship is a step towards sustainable peace which will give path for keaningful developmental projects in the state.

He promised to consolidate the peace in the state and spresd developmental projects across yearning communities in thste if elected for the second term in office. 

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