Kano’s Hausa film industry, Kannywood, has joined the supporters of All Progressives Congress in celebrating Abdullahi Ganduje’s re-election as governor of Kano State.
The Kannywood actors and actresses expressed their happiness via social media platforms over the Ganduje’s victory.
Ali Nuhu, best known as the King of Kannywood, on his Instagram page: realalinuhu, wrote: “Congratulated Father, May God support the administration.”
Another actor, Baban Chinedu, on his page: babanchinedu, said he was neither a supporter of the Peoples Democratic Party or the All Progressives Congress, yet he congratulated the governor over his victory.
Adam Zango on his page: adam_a_zango, apologised to all those he hurt during the course of campaigns.
Zango wrote: “For me, politics isn’t a mistake, because I know my involvement has attracted many of my fans to become my enemies. So, I seize this opportunity to apologise to all those I have offended.”
He said now that political campaigns were over, he would concentrate on his work as an actor and singer.
Zango also said he loves all his fans and he is fond of them because without them he would not have been there.
He said further no one could change what had been ordained by God as he congratulated Ganduje and prayed for his success in the years to come.
Fati Shu’uma, a Kaduna-based actress, also celebrated Ganduje and his deputy, where she placed their photo on her page: officialfatishuuma, saying his re-election was worthy.
NAN also reports that Ganduje defeated the main opposition party’s candidate, the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Kabir Abba-Yusuf, with a margin of 8,982 votes in Saturday’s supplementary elections.