By Aliyu Umar, Umoru Ibrahim, Ghali M Kassim & Bashir Abdullahi
Kano North Senatorial zone report has recorded mass turn-out with female voters taking over 60 percent of the exercise.
The elections went peacefully and orderly. At Tofa Local Government Area at about 9: am our reporters saw many voters waiting for INEC materials to commence the exercise however late arrival of materials delay it, but later the materials arrived at 11: am.
Shortly after the arrival of the materials, voting exercise started peacefully and hitch-free as a result, party agents interacting with each other and even mocking themselves.
At Yarimawa polling unit, Santar Dankaka,Tofa LGA before the arrival the materials,one of the agents of a political party started querreling with incmbent Chaiman over the delay of the arrival of the materials, but before they went furtther, the material arrived and exercise commenced.
At Jobe polling unit, voters both male and female converged at all the polling units as early as 9:am waiting for the arrival INEC materials for them to exercise their civic right.
When they arrived, the exercise went peacefully and orderly without witnessing any rancour.
Exchanging view with our men, the member representing Rimin-Gado,Tofa & Dawakin Tofa at House of Representatives, Alh. Hon. Tijjani Abdulkadir Jobe, expressed optimism that, he’ll sweep the election for the fifth time of representing the constituency, adding that at initial stage, there are moves to rig the election but late thinge went well and hitch-free. The same reports recorded in Rimin-Gado,Gwarzo, Shanono,Bichi, Bagwai, Tsanyawa,Kunchi and Kabo local government areas, as the voters conducted themselves in orderly manner with female voters taking the lion share of the votes nearly in all the places visited.
Interacting with the Triumph in Kabo town, Kwari polling unit with No. 009, the Senator representing Kano North, Alh. Hon Barau Jibrin, made it clear that, the election was the most peacefully ever seen since the inception of the democracy process of the fourth Republic, saying that, he’ll win with landslide victory, Goodwilling, considering the fact that, the voters turn-out in mass to vote for him.
Our reporters round up the coverage at Ganduje village, Dawakin Tofa Local government Area, where the story was the same as the voters turned out in mass, both male and female to exercise their civic right.
Entertaining our reporters questions on how best, as a new, can he perform diligently, Engr. Umar Abdullahi Umar Ganduje popularly known as Abba made it clear that, as a young who is familiar with history, he must do all he can to take the youth along by creating diverse ways of self-reliance as well as other viable economy oriented businesses.