Adamawa Residents Burn Brooms, Wash Major Roads With Water After Tinubu’s Visit
A video of some Adamawa residents washing major roads with water and burning the symbolic broom of the All Progressive Congress (APC) after the campaign rally of its presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu has surfaced on social media.
Naija News earlier reports that the flag bearer of the APC, President Muhammadu Buhari and other members of the Presidential Campaign Council arrived in Yola, Adamawa State capital, on Monday for the presidential campaign at the state.
Buhari led the electioneering event in Adamawa yesterday, which saw a mammoth crowd at the Buhari Square welcome the APC’s campaign train when it visited the state.
The Tinubu’s campaign train was led by Buhari and had in attendance the vice-presidential candidate of the party, Kashim Shettima; the National Chairman of the Party, Abdullahi Adamu; as well as the party’s gubernatorial candidate in the state, Aisha Binani.
However, in a viral video, some of the residents were seen washing the roads and burning brooms after the campaign rally of the APC ended.
Buhari To Visit Yobe For Project Inauguration
Meanwhile, president Muhammadu Buhari is scheduled to visit Yobe State on Tuesday for the inauguration of projects executed by the Mai Mala Buni-led administration.
Naija News reports that the President would inaugurate the newly constructed cargo airport, ultra-modern market, and maternal and child health care complex.
Ahead of the President’s visit, the state government has declared Monday, January 9, and Tuesday, January 10, as work-free days for civil servants.
In a statement by the state Head of Service, Garba Bilal, on Sunday, the declaration of the two-day holiday will enable the people of the state to receive the president.
Bilal added that civil servants were to resume work on Wednesday.