Home 2023 ELECTION: El-Rufai reacts brags he can stop Labour Party Campaign in Kaduna State

El-Rufai reacts brags he can stop Labour Party Campaign in Kaduna State

El-Rufai the Governor of Kaduna State is planning to hit up political tension Kaduna State by alleging that Mr.Peter Obi stopped his from monitoring election of his party at Anambra state 2013.

He made this know on his verified twitter account that as Governor of Kaduna State he can stop the Labour Party Presidential Candidate Peer Obi from coming to campaign in his state but as civilized man he will not do so.

El-Rufai was narrating his story on video bragging that he went to monitor his party election at Anambra state 2013 for Chris Ngige and was block at his hotel by security agencies.

the Kaduna State Governor was bragging that he can also stop Labour Party from Campaigning in his state.

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