A coalition of Muslim women under the aegis of Coalition of Muslim Women for Asiwaju (COMWA), has continued its strides in mobilising for the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in the coming general elections.
The group in making sure its aim of canvassing support for Tinubu is achieved, gathered at Abuja for a prayer session and sensitisation of prospective voters to cast their votes for the APC presidential candidate.
Speaking during a press conference held on the sideline of the programme in Abuja, the Convener of COMWA, Hajia Rasheedah Adebari said the group remains resolute in its drive and support for the Tinubu presidency.
She said COMWA will never relent in mobilising voters across the federation to support and vote for Tinubu.
She said; “COMWA is a Coalition of Muslim Women for Asiwaju, covering all political zone across Nigeria, to foster peace and progress in Nigeria using political fairness and justice. It is an avenue for us Muslimahs to liberate ourselves as Nigerians politically, socially, and economically, and also a medium to show our support and pray for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.”
Reasuring Tinubu of the unflinching support, Adebari said; “we at COMWA are appealing to all patriotic Nigerians to vote for a tested, trusted and the most experienced candidate whose political trajectory is not just a living encyclopaedia of reference for the Nigeria of our dream but is indeed a working template which has traversed its experimental enclave in Lagos to the drawing boards of both the federal and state governments in driving the forces of giant developmental projects and programs in various states of the nation.
“By extension of our social constituencies and participation in APC, we assure the party and our preferred candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu that all our members, husbands, children, and extended family who are eligible voters will cast their votesin the forthcoming general elections. And with the permission of Allah, we believe Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu would emerge as the winner.”