Saturday, 15 February 2014

SHORTAGE OF BROOMS IN KADUNA SOUTH AS APC BEGINS REGISTRATION



Kaduna South is running out of brooms as a result of the All Progressive Congress (APC) registration.
According to DailyTrust, many shop owners and residents were requesting for brooms in Zangon Kataf, when a former Deputy Governor of the state, Engr. James Bawa Magaji, moved to villages in Kaduna South shortly after his registration in Fadan Kaje Gida, on February 12, 2014, Wednesday.

“We’ve been searching for brooms in many of the shops here but all they tell us is that it’s finished.
“Some of us have been putting calls across to our friends but they tell us there are no brooms”, Samaila Emmanuel, a resident, said.
Since the APC registration started, Okada riders, market women and other individuals who want to identify with the party have been rushing for brooms. The coming home of Engr. Bawa Magaji to register as an APC member made it a more scarce commodity, with many shops making brisk business out of it.
A shop owner in Zonkwa, Peter Bahago, said he had never sold brooms as he did since the APC registration commenced.
“I am surprised, the broom market had never been as good, and we are grateful that we made good sells when Magaji came to our area”, he said.
It would be added that the APC in Kaduna commenced its membership registration in a peaceful atmosphere with reports of high turnout.
Some members of the party, however revealed that there were hitches, when they trooped to the registration centers without passport photographs.


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