Stakeholders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kano State have promised to procure nomination forms for 2019 presidential election for President Muhammadu Buhari and threatened to sue him if he declines.
However, Buhari did not say whether he accepted or did not accept the endorsement.
Speaking at a meeting which took place at the Kano government house on Thursday, Abdullahi Abbas, hinged the endorsement of the president on his achievements in the last two years, especially in the fields of security, the war against corruption and the restructuring of the economy.
Abbas said: “Security is important for everyone, not just for Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states. It’s even more so for us as a commercial and industrial state.
We are convinced that you are best for these times when the country has begun to muster energy and resources to develop agriculture, infrastructure and empower the younger citizens.’’
On a humorous note, Gov. Ganduje said the party was prepared to drag the President to court to force his acceptance of the second term ticket.