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Trouble for Kwankwaso as Thousands of ‘Keke’ riders hold rally for Buhari

Thousands of Tricycle Riders held a massive rally in Support of President Muhammadu Buhari today in Kano state.

The rally held as Senator and Former State governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso officially declared his 2019 Presidential ambition in Abuja.

The tricycle operators held the rally at the Kano Indoor Stadium. Photos below;


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