Bauchi PRP Donate Cash, Items to the Wife of Late Aminu Kano

The leadership of the People’s Redemption Party (PRP) in Bauchi state on Monday paid a visit to the wife of the founder of the party, late Mallam Aminu Kano. They donated some items including wrappers, detergents, creams, and cash to her at her residence in Unguwar Allura area in Bauchi state capital.

Bauchi PRP officials with the wife of late Aminu Kano

State chairman of the party in the person of Alhaji Shehu Barau Ningi who led other party officials to the visit told the widow Hajiya Asma’u Aminu Kano that the visit was aimed at familiarizing themselves with her and seeking her blessing.

He said the party honors and respects her late husband considering his status as the founder of the party and political mentor who struggled for the emancipation of the masses.

According to him, Mallam Aminu Kano would forever be remembered as an indelible hero due to his tremendous contributions to the political development of the country.

“Late Aminu Kano was a political activist, peacebuilder, savior of the masses and patriot par excellence whose contributions to the development of the nation can never be taken for granted. So, we consider it pertinent to visit and greet you being a mother to all of us”. He stated.

“Mallam Aminu Kano left glorious legacies that would keep benefitting even the unborn generation”, he added.

He also urged all politicians at all levels to emulate the politics of Malam Aminu Kano.

Responding, the widow Hajiya Asma’u Aminu Kano expressed immense delight and gratitude to the party for the visit saying it was an honor to her. She called on them to be disciplined politicians saying her late husband formed PRP due to lack of discipline in his former party and always preached political tolerance to his supporters and party members.

“He had been saying that the wellbeing of the masses was more important than that of his party members. He said he was into politics to effect positive changes in the country and contribute in building Nigeria”. She added.

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