Red cap in Kano State is the symbol of Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso’s movement, known as “Kwankwasiyya movement’’.
Red cap hawkers on Monday in Kano made brisk business during the state congress of the All Progressives Congress, APC.
Red cap in Kano State is the symbol of Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso’s movement, known as “Kwankwasiyya movement”, which refers to accountability and good governance.
Most of the hawkers, who trooped to the Sani Abacha Stadium at Kofar Mata in Kano metropolis, venue of the event, were able to make huge sales due to high demand of the commodity from the delegates.
One of the hawkers, Musa Bala, told the News Agency of Nigeria that he made more than N45,000 from the sale of the caps during the event.
“I came to the venue with 65 caps and I was able to sell all of them hours before the end of the programme,’’ he said.
Another hawker, Alhasan Lawan, who claimed to have come to the venue around 2:30 p.m., said he sold no fewer than 50 caps, and at exorbitant prices.
“At normal price, each cap costs between N300 and N500 depending on the quality but here, I sold them at between N400 and N600 each,” he said.
Most of the hawkers said they regretted coming to the place with limited number of caps as they became an essential commodity at the place.
NAN observed that hawkers of other items like sachet water and handkerchiefs also had a field day as most of them made huge sales during the event.
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