Saturday, 28 July 2018

What Kwankwaso's Defection To PDP Means For APC - Governor Ganduje

Speaking during an interview with reporters at his office Friday, Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje said the recent defection of former state governor Rabi ' u Kwankwaso, and legislators of the Progressive General Congress (CPA) will not affect the political chances of the party.

According to PREMIUM Times, the leader of the APC said he was not personally disturbed by the release of his political rival.

He said; "We are not afraid of their exit, their defection is not a havoc for our big party, the CPA, at all levels, people should keep their eyes open on what will happen during the election. .

"Our dear President has done the right thing in terms of nation development, coupled with his efforts in the delivery of effective services.Good governance is at its peak.The war on corruption is successfully conducted."

He also said that Kwankwaso's exit will not be felt in the state: "I want you to go study the situation on earth in Kano, his defection (Kwankwaso) does not change the political mood of the state. does not care to be bothered by their action, "said Ganduje.

The governor said that when his predecessor was in the APC "his intention was to fight for the presidency, but when it appeared to him, in black and white, that there was no vacant place in the Villa, he decided to leave alone.

He said Kwankwaso should be ready to go to the polls next year. "When he gets a Presidential ticket from the party where he goes through carpets, he should wait and see how we can eliminate him with him, and he will understand how popular and kind our President Muhammadu Buhari is.

"Kano will give more votes to our president than he got in the 2015 elections. Since the 2015 election so far, those who could not vote because of the age limit have now grown up, which means they will now have the right to vote, so Buhari has the chance to get 5 million votes from Kano, "he said.

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