Fulani Man Treks From Abuja To Ibadan For Tinubu To Contest 2023 Presidential Election - FIRST AWARENESS


Saturday, April 2, 2022

Fulani Man Treks From Abuja To Ibadan For Tinubu To Contest 2023 Presidential Election

..Says only Tinubu can deliver Nigeria from present political,socio and economic problems
Mallam Husseini Lawal

By Niyi Ogungbola
A 30-year-old Fulani man,Mallam Husseini Lawal who has embarked on trekking from Abuja heading  to Lagos for  All Progressives Congress (APC) National leader,Asiwaju Hameed Bola Tinubu to contest 2023 Presidential election has arrived Ibadan,the Oyo State capital.

Lawal, who hails from Durum town in Kabo Local Government Area of Kano State,had embarked on his journey since  Wednesday 9th of March at excertly 11:27am to press home his demand for Tinubu to contest 2023 presidential election.
Husseini Lawal when questioned by Journalists disclosed that,he embarked on the journey based on his believe that it is only Tinubu that can deliver the nation from its present political, social and economic quagmire.

He added that his believe is reinforced based on the fact that Tinubu single-handedly transformed Lagos and its residents during his time as governor from 1999 to 2007.

Asked to know how he has been with him wearing only one pair of clothe and shoe since 9th of March,he said that,he left Abuja  with four shirts, two trousers, and two pairs of shoes.

He added that one of the shoes had got spoilt on the road and he had thrown it away.

He explained that he has been feeding on the generosity of some people he met in villages and communities that he passed through between Abuja and Ibadan, as well as truck drivers.

He stated further that he has been sleeping in mosques that accommodated him at night. 

He added also that, he would wash his clothes in any community he found water and  continue the journey the following morning.

Lawal arrived Ibadan exactly 20 days after leaving Abuja for Lagos.

Lawal who  stopped  briefly at the NUJ Press Centre in Ibadan to let journalists know that he was determined to complete the mission has also left for Lagos.
He is expected to end the journey at Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos.

His words: “I am a Fulani cattle rearer , who had trekked with his cows from Kano to Niger Republic, and from Niger to Sokoto and back to Kano on foot. So, trekking from Abuja to Lagos is nothing to me, whether you will believe me or not.”

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