He said the electorate needed to vote for him and all other party candidates for more democracy dividends.
“If you vote for me, you vote for progress, development, agricultural transformation, peace, joy and happiness”, he said.
Earlier, Governor Muhammad Badaru of Jigawa, urged the people of the state to vote for tinubu to ensure the continuation of the good projects initiated by President Muhammadu Buhari in the state.
Badaru said that APC remains the only party Nigerians trust, hence the need to vote for it.
He said that APC had implemented numerous projects and programs that affected the lives of Nigerians, particularly the oppressed.
The governor added that these projects and programs have significantly improved the socioeconomic well-being of people, especially rural dwellers.
“APC has a legacy in the state and Nigeria in general, so I am confident that voting for APC at all levels will ensure the continuity of such projects and programmes.
For example, when we entered 2015only 90 tons of rice were grown in Jigawa, but about a million tons are grown today.
“The APC also came with Treda Money, Cash Transfer, N-Power.
“Also, in the area of infrastructure, our big party is building the Kafin Hausa-Gaya highway, the Kwanar Dumawa-Babura-Babban Mutum highway, the completion of the Kano-Maiduguri abandoned for 12 years, and the additional 800 hectares of the Gari dam. .
“So vote for Tinubu for the continuation of all these important projects. He is an experienced man so he can do it,the governor said.
Governor Simon Lalong de Plateau and the CEO of the APC Presidential Campaign, urged residents to make sure they get their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) and vote for APC at all levels.
Lalong assured that Tinubu and Shettima the administration would continue from where Buhari left off.
Hundreds of defectors from other parties, including the former gubernatorial candidate from the state Labor Party, were welcomed at the rally.