PDP Extols Kwankwaso on 65th Birthday

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) congratulates former Governor of Kano State, Sen. Rabiu Kwankwaso, as he marks his 65th birthday.

Sen. Kwankwaso is an outstanding statesman, brilliant administrator, quintessential lawmaker, a humble and courageous leader, who has remained steadfast in his commitment towards the unity, stability and development of our dear nation.

As a member of the House of Representatives, state governor, minister of defence and later senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Sen. Kwankwaso has continued in his selfless service to the nation, while demonstrating that the essence of leadership is in pursing the good of the people rather than self.

Sen. Kwankwaso’s legacies as the governor of Kano state, especially his exceptional achievements in infrastructural and human capital development, endeared him to the people of Kano state and stand as testaments of his love for his people and dedication to service despite dauting challenges.

As a political leader, Senator Kwankwaso has remained strongly connected with the people, particularly in their determined quest to rescue our nation from the stranglehold of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its administration

The PDP congratulates Sen. Kwankwaso at this auspicious occasion and prays the Almighty God to bless him with many more years in good health so that our nation will continue to draw from unwavering commitment and wealth of experience.

Happy birthday distinguished Senator!

Signed:

Kola Ologbondiyan
National Publicity Secretary

Unwana Assam

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