MUST WATCH: Kano APC Chairman caught on tape fueling violence, describing rescheduled election as ‘Do or Die’

Kano APC Chairman caught on tape fueling violence, describing rescheduled election as 'Do or Die'

Kano APC Chairman caught on tape fueling violence, describing rescheduled election as ‘Do or Die’

A recent video which has gone viral clearly showing Abdullahi Abbas, who is the Kano State chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), describing that the supplementary governorship election in the state as a “do or die.”

In the video, the chairman of the party was assuring supporters that they would be given full protection which his party would make sure of, even if it means ensuring the dismissal of police officers who try to restore order.

The Chairman who was dressed in a white Kaftan and a white cap, sat on a plastic chair in a house which is guessed to be his residence. There were youths surrounding and applauding his remarks.

Giving the speech in Hausa, he told the listeners that they should go against any opposition that comes their way during the elections.

“There is a high possibility that you might be arrested. But I am telling you that you’ll be freed before to arrive at the police station, and anyone that arrest you will lose his job.

“You’ll be given every protection that is needed. For us, this election is a matter of do or die. We must win this election,” Mr Abbas said.

Kano state is among one of the six states where governorship elections have been declared inconclusive. The remaining states are Plateau, Adamawa, Sokoto and Bauchi states.

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Kano APC Chairman caught on tape fueling violence, describing rescheduled election as ‘Do or Die’

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