The Spokesman of North West All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council, Muhammad Shehu Molash has said the that the zone gave the highest votes to its presidential candidate in the last Saturday’s election. According to him, the Northwest zone gave the cumulative votes of 2.9m out of the 8.8m votes casted for Tinubu
He made this statement while speaking to reporters in Kaduna, where he noted that the votes from Northwest represented about 33.55% of the entire votes in favour of the President-elect.
In his own words, Muhammad Shehu Molash said "The North West APC Presidential campaign council wishes to express their most profound gratitude to all those who contributed immensely towards the success of the APC in the 2023 Presidential elections.
"That the North West zone gave the cumulative votes of 2,950,393 out of the 8,794,726 votes casted for Tinubu and Shettima ,is a vindication that the North West geo-political zone is the strongest stronghold of the APC in Nigeria"- He added
Source: The Nation Newspaper
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