Danfulani noted that Bello’s victory is akin to Buhari’s in 2015, which broke all ethnic barriers in the country, raising him as a national President.
“Bello made history as he triumphed over religious, ethnic and senatorial cleavages to win the governorship election,” he said.
He added that despite efforts by ethnic jingoists in parts of the State to turn the historic victory into a regional affair, the Governor-Elect won squarely, meeting all constitutional requirements.
Danfulani expressed confidence that Bello’s team made up of persons like Sen. Dino Melaye, whom he described as easily most astute and formidable politician this state, Rt Hon. Clarence Olafemi the former acting governor of Kogi state, Hon. Suleiman Kokori Abdul, Sen. Salihu Ohize, Sen. M.S. Ohiare, Hon. Benjamin Ikanni Okolo, Hon. Muhammed Tinko Dr. Onukaba Ojo, Hon. Taofeek Isah and many more, members of Prince Abubakar Audu political team.
“It is apparent that the Audu’s spirit still lives as the brains behind that success story are in place to ensure
the actual change in the state’s developmental leap,” he added.
The young Danfulani said, “As ghosts are said to be spirits that rise from the dead, the ghost of Nov. 22 and
the late icon of democracy has, at last, resurrected in the resounding victory of the APC Governorship candidate,
Alh. Yahaya Adoza Bello.”
He said Bello’s victory was not only cross-culture in it diversity, “it was in fact, secured by a free-willing and free
acting electorate though encumbered by, but stridently resistant to the cankerworm of geopolitics, ethnography
and religious divide.”