What Buhari’s Wife Has To Say About APC Logo “The Broom”

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Aisha disclosed this on Monday,
during her courtesy visit to
Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed of
Kwara state as part of her two-day
Citizen Outreach and Town hall
meeting in in the state, Daily Trust
reports.
She was accompanied by wife of
the vice-presidential candidate,
Mrs. Oludolapo Osinbajo, wife of
Nassarawa Governor, Hajia Salamat
Al-Makura, National Women leader
of APC, Hajia Ramat Tijani Aliyu,
among others.
According to her, the masses, which
include illiterate and rural people
who have no access to the
television and the social media,
were the major supporters of the
APC and they needed to be
educated about APC logo.
She recalled that a lot of the people
that are in APC came from other
political parties where they chanted
different slogans.
“ The illiterate can hardly identify
where they are now.
“So it is so important for us to
educate the electorate about the
broom (the APC logo). Our major
supporters are the masses;
masses, masses and masses
especially knowing the
presidential candidate of the mega
party. He was in ANPP, then CPC
and now APC which is not easy for
people that are not literate to
identify it easily ”.
She added that the upcoming
elections revolve around women
who according to her constitute
55 per cent of registered voters
and they must be educated on
how to vote.
In his response, Gov Ahmed said
he and other former mambers of
the PDP who defected, left
because they realized the PDP
lacked the capability pf taking
Nigerians to the promised land.
“ Today, Nigeria has one of the
highest rates of out-of-school
children. Today, very few
Nigerians can feed more than one
dollar a day. We can’t continue
like this. We must see a process
that ushered in change ,” She said.
Aisha has been playing a major
role in her husband’s presidential
campaign. In February, she and
Mrs Osinbajo had stormed Owerri,
the Imo State capital for the party’s
South East women.

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