11 young jigaw die due to Road Tinubu visit to Kano, raising questions
Former Lagos Governor Bola Ahmed Tinub managed to confuse political experts in Kano State with his recent impromptu visit to the city on December 4.
At the time of this writing, still could not understand the reason for the visit. People who decided to attribute this to politics were rightly warned by Jagaban’s APC even before it took off from Kano that its arrival in Kano had no political implications.
He told reporters at the airport that he was in Kano to attend the wedding in Fatiha of his friend’s daughter, Sheikh Bashir Omar, who cared greatly. However, after being accompanied by the Governor of Kano State, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, at a reception held at the Marhab Event Center in Nassarawa GRA, he called the wedding celebration timely.
She said that she personally developed a personal husband by attending such meetings as a fulfillment of religious requirements and as a way to bridge the gap and build lasting relationships between him and other Nigerian Muslims.
Tinubu dared to proclaim that he had rewarded Nigeria for its existence as an indivisible entity and would work at all costs to keep its business alive.
He argued that those who pray for divisive tendencies should not have a chance to control their diabolical motives, saying that the country is far superior to any individual or group.
He added; “Those who insist on dividing the country are vile, true Nigerians have to work hard to keep this country together no matter what.”
Tinubu, who said that unity among Nigerians would put his opponents to shame, said the development and growth of the nation is of paramount importance to everyone. He thanked the bride’s father, Sheikh bin Usman, for his efforts as a dedicated Islamic scholar and for his contributions to the development of Nigeria in all walks of life.
He said he had little time, but despite a short notice, he decided to abandon his busy schedule in favor of close governor Abdullahi Ganduja, who would come to Kano even if the governor was not in town.
Tinubu stressed that we must work for the unity and development of the country, because the dividers do not stop trying to divide the country, but if there is unity, they would not achieve their goals.
“The unity of the country is one of the most important areas that should always be given top priority,” he said.
But Tinubu’s meeting with some clerics later turned the visit into a political dimension as they gathered to openly support his presidential ambitions when he met them at the home of Sheikh Abdulwwahab Abdallah, Ahlusunna Wajamma’s leader in the state. during private
The Ulama and some imams of the Jumaat Mosque rightly supported the idea that if Tinubu appeared in the competition, they would support him as it would be a moment of reward given what he did for them when Bukhari was in the midst of his campaign. presidential.
Sheikh Abdulwahab Abdallah said; “We collectively demand that Tinubu support Bukhari no matter what, and since he did it for us, we have no reason to turn our backs on his presidential ambitions.”
For his part, Sheikh Abdulgafar, who represented the Qadiriyya movement at the meeting, said he agrees with the idea of repaying Tinub whenever he decides to run for the presidency as a way to pay him for what he has. made for them when Bukhari needed their support.
He said that politics is about compromise, so the group had no choice but to support him in achieving his goal of developing Nigeria.
He said it was time to repay him for what he did for Muhammad Bukhari in 2015, who, they claimed, separately tried to seize the presidency, but failed until Tinubu joined forces with him.
Thus, the visit turned into something that went beyond the solemnity of marriage, into real politics, leaving many in confusion.
Immediately after the ceremony, Tinubu went to the Alfurkan Jummaat Mosque, where he met with the main imam, Dr. Bashir Omar. He also met with Dr. Ahmad Dutti, whom he described as an old friend and ally.
His meeting with Dr. Ahmad lasted no more than 10 minutes before he moved on to the second phase of Sharada, where he met with a congregation of all imams and ulema representing the Tijaniyya, Qadiriyya and Izala sects, and especially the council of ulema. under the leadership of Sheikh Ibrahim Khalil.
Speaking to Tinubu, Sheikh Shehu Shehu Maihula said: “It is indeed recorded and in our minds what you did for President Muhammad Bukhari in 2014 is someone who tried to do everything possible to win the presidency, but failed. … individually, only when you joined him could he emerge victorious. “
Shehu Maihula of the Tijaniyya sect added: “You, Bola Tinubu, brought Bukhari, a Muslim and a Christian, south to rebuild the barriers to the north so that he could fulfill his long-standing ambitions. That is why we are determined to repay your debt this time. “
With his visit, Tinubu has laid a solid foundation for himself, and when the time comes, he is expected to reap what he sowed.
Source: – Leadership ng