Governor Aminu Tambuwal said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential campaign for Atiku Abubakar was going on as planned.
The Sokoto helmsman is the Director General of the Presidential Campaign Organisation (PCO).
In a statement by spokesman Mohammed Bello, Tambuwal dismissed the speculations in social media and elsewhere.
The governor said the campaign train “is continuing, by the grace of God on Monday in Kaduna.”
He called the suspension “fake news”, adding that people were looking forward to the PDP train in their states.
Tambuwal, who declared that the PDP is the party to beat in 2023, said other parties were jittery of its popularity.
“None of them have composed their campaign councils, not to even talk of starting. They are trying to throw spammer at our works.”
Tambuwal assured that the party’s campaign would be issue-based because “there are sufficient challenges in our country”.
“We shall do better for Nigeria; we hope we are able to convince Nigerians to vote for Abubakar/Okowa come February 2023”, the statement added.
Atiku: Tambuwal responds to rumored suspension of PDP campaign