Thursday, 11 May 2023 – 22:21 WIB
Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo when visiting Gus Muwadiq’s residence. Ganjar media team doc.
jpnn.comSLEMAN – Governor of Central Java Ganjar Pranowo sowan to Gus Muwafiq’s residence in Mlati District, Sleman Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY).
Ganjar’s presence on Thursday (11/5) was greeted directly by the charismatic cleric with the characteristic long hair.
In addition to staying in touch, the two also admitted that they had touched on political issues in their chats.
Gus Muwafiq also conveyed a message to Ganjar who would run for president in 2024.
“Yes, of course (talk about politics), he is a presidential candidate. But if politics is his business, it’s my business,” said Gus Muwafiq.
As for the message conveyed by Gus Muwafiq to Ganjar Pranowo, namely when he is later elected as President of Indonesia not to forget and leave the people behind.
“Don’t forget the people, as I said. That everything will return to the people, so don’t forget that,” said Gus Muwafiq to Ganjar.
Ganjar further said that his arrival at Gus Muwafiq’s residence was in the context of Syawalan.
Charismatic cleric Gus Muwafiq gave a message to Ganjar Pranowo to remain populist and keep it simple.
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