*Atiku, Secondus, Obi, Saraki others insists it’s all over for APC, Buhari
By; JACOB ONJEWU DICKSON
A fresh record in political mobilization in electioneering was set in Kano on Sunday as the Presidential Campaign train of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, arrived the commercial nerve céntre of the North.
The awesome crowd was unprecedented as the city was locked down that even the wheel of the Atikulation Train of the Presidential candidate could not roll into venue due to the extremely impressive jubilant crowd.
Sani Abacha sports stadium Kano, the venue of the rally was filled to capacity and those who could not get access spilled into the town and literarily locked down the city.
Less than ten minutes drive distance from the Airport to the tomb of the great talakwaa politician Aminu Kano for prayer took the candidate over an hour and even more than that to get to the palace of the Emir of Kano for courtesy visit.
At the Tomb of the late selfless politicians called Mambayya House now Center for Democratic Studies of the Bayero University, Kano, a wall collapsed as the crowd surged to get a glimpse of the Presidential candidate and his team.
From about 11am when the Presidential Candidate and his team arrived Kano , he was only able to reach the venue of the rally at 6 pm as the mammoth crowd lined the streets obstructing traffic following him to all the places he visited.
The hero of the Kwakwasiyya group and the former Governor of Ksno state, Dr Rabiu Kwakwaso led the pack of other leaders including the Presidential candidate Atiku, the National Chairman of the party, Prince Uche Secondus, the Vice Presidential candidate Peter Obi and the Senate President and the Director General of the campaign Dr Bukola Saraki to praise the crowd and pronounced APC dead in Kano.
PDP National Chairman’s media office on the entourage reports that at the palace of the Emir, the Presidential candidate Atiku told Sanusi Sanusi that he was in the palace with his team to seek his blessing before going to address his subject for votes.
The Emir urged politicians to play by the rule and ensure a free, fair and credible election.
The Articulation train moves South wards on Monday to Port Harcourt Rivers state.