A member of the National Assembly representing Niger East Senatorial District Senator Sani Musa three one three has flagged off his reelection campaign with a promise to consolidate on the gains recorded in the last four years if elected in next month general elections.

Addressing a mammoth crowd at the Suleja Township Stadium the Senator said he was overwhelmed with large number of people that received him and thanked them for their massive support while assuring that he will not let them down.

Senator Sani Musa however appealed to them to vote for the All Progressives Congress APC at all levels to enhance the continuity of good governance and progress of Niger state and Nigeria at large.

Also speaking APC Gubernatorial candidate in the state, Umar Mohammed Bago called on eligible voters to come out enmasse to re elect Sani Musa as Senator and all other candidates of the APC during the general elections.

According to him Nigerlites should expect progress and development if candidates of All Progressives Congress APC are elected.

APC National Vice Chairman North-Central Zone, Mu’azu Bawa said both Senator Sani Musa and Umar Mohammed Bago are young and vibrant candidates ready to deliver on their electioneering campaign promises if elected and advised the people of Niger state to take advantage of this rear privelege.

Niger State Governor, Abubakar Sani Bello also received hundreds of members of the New Nigeria People’s Party NNPP who decamped to the ruling All Progressives Congress APC there by advancing good and convincing political manifesto as some of their reasons for the defection.

He also admonished them to vote APC from top to bottom to reap the dividend of democracy.

Both the state Chairman of APC Zakari Haliru Jikantoro and  Campaign Coordinator for Senator Sani Musa, Engineer Jibrin Imam said the Senator  had done alot of projects in all the nine local government councils that constitute Niger East Senatorial District and called on electorates to vote the lawmaker for second term to continue with good works he had started.