Monday, 6 August 2018

Kano Deputy Governor Resigns

 The deputy governor of Kano State, Hafiz Abubakar on Sunday, Abdullahi Ganduje, has resigned amidst crisis with the governor.

The Progressive Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and the Governor deteriorates.

In his resignation letter dated August 5, 2018, Abubakar said it was desirable to remain in office until the end of their tenure, but it was decided to irreconcilable differences with the governor.

"I regret to write and notify you of my decision to resign my position as deputy governor of Kano State with effect from Saturday 4th August, 2018.

"Your Excellency, I would have liked to reside in the hope of meeting the expectations and expectations of the good people of the world." Persistent inconsistent reconcilable differences on matters of governance and government operations, personal opinions, and the concept of, and respect for It would be unfair to my conscience, to the good people of Kano State and to you of the government to continue to remain in my position as the Deputy Governor of Kano State.

"Your Excellency would have recollected several instances." I would like to remind you of your need to pay attention to the need to understand these differences.

Recall that on July 30, Mr Abubakar petitioned the police and State Security Service, SSS, over threat to his life and plans by the state government to stage rally against him.

Mr Abubakar, a loyalist of former Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso, has been at loggerheads with the governorate, Abdullahi Ganduje, for siding with Mr Kwankwaso in the political stalemate in the state.

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