Predestination, The G-Factor and 5G Speed Development Through Good Governance – Dr. A.A.T Alkenanah

There are no accidents neither is there co-incidence in life but time, opportunity and destiny. In the history of kano there was never a time such as now where predestination is working so in sync like we are having it.

Let’s do a little analogy on the letter G. Pause and think for a moment; we have a sitting Governor, H.E Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje OFR, having G as the first letter of his last name and G in alphabetical order is number 7.
The deputy Governor and the Governorship candidate of our party, the APC to succeed the current Governor is also having G as the first letter of his last name too.

He will be deputised by another capable hand that has the G factor again in his last name. With this, we already have a 3G connect which is very much on ground at the moment and once the administration of H.E Dr. Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna starts running, working, bringing in the remaining 2G which is ‘Good Governance’ insha Allah, then the high network connectivity of progress, growth and dividend of democracy will be pouring in.

The first G and the political sage of our time, Dr. Ganduje has laid a beautiful foundation for the smooth sail of the remaining 4G to thrive. Connecting all this with the Gawuna/Garo duo is to usher in the nexus between the people and the government to achieve a common front.

And we know how 2023 is so important and timely in our national history, when we now link this to the number 3 and 7 you will understand this submission. The number 7 is considered a lucky number but I called it predestination. It has a definite mystique connotation because it’s a prime number; that is, it cannot be obtained by multiplying two smaller numbers.

Number 3 in the other hand is a perfect number; the number of harmony, wisdom and understanding. Its also the number of time, be it past, present or the future.
This to me is not a mistake having Dr. Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna and Hon. Murtala Sule Garo coming at this very unique and crucial moment in kano politics.

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