August 2, 2023
In a significant development ahead of the forthcoming Kogi governorship election, the Accord Party (AP) is celebrating a major boost as Admiral Jibrin Usman, the Governorship candidate of the party, has been adopted by the influential Tinubu/Shettima campaign organization in Kogi State.
The adoption ceremony, which took place yesterday, drew the attendance of prominent leaders from all Tinubu/Shettima support groups and key stakeholders from both the state and national levels. The enthusiastic group pledged their unwavering support and dedication to working relentlessly for the success of Admiral Jibrin Usman, whom they regard as the most qualified candidate for the upcoming election.
Members of the Tinubu/Shettima campaign organization spoke passionately about their endorsement of Admiral Usman, citing his impressive track record and qualifications as the main reasons for their decision. They revealed that they carefully studied all the candidates vying for the state’s leadership and ultimately settled on Admiral Jibrin Usman due to his outstanding achievements.
Notably, the Tinubu/Shettima support groups played a crucial role in securing victory for Bola Ahmed Tinubu during the last presidential election in Kogi State. With their demonstrated organizational prowess, they have now vowed to employ similar strategies and hard work to ensure triumph for the Accord Party (AP) in the upcoming gubernatorial election.
The news of the endorsement has ignited a palpable wave of enthusiasm within the camp of Admiral Jibrin Usman, as he seeks to liberate the state from what his supporters describe as years of detrimental governance.
The forthcoming Kogi governorship election is shaping up to be highly competitive, and the adoption of Admiral Jibrin Usman by the influential Tinubu/Shettima campaign organization has undeniably injected a newfound vigor into the Accord Party’s campaign. As the election date draws nearer, political observers eagerly anticipate the impact of this endorsement and the ensuing battle for the leadership of Kogi State.