APC crisis deepens as Kwankwaso vows to retire Ganduje and his godfather in 2019

APC crisis deepens as Kwankwaso vows to retire Ganduje and his godfather in 2019

- The crisis rocking Kano chapter of APC is yet to abate as Senator Kwankwaso said he would retire Governor Ganduje in 2019

- Senator Rabiu Kwakwanso is the immediate past governor of Kano state

- He said the level of betrayal meted to him by Ganduje is enough yardsticks to stage a comeback into Kano politics and unseat the governor

Senator Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso, representing Kano central in the Senate has vowed to retire Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje from active politics during 2019 general elections and anybody who tries to help him.

New Telegraph reports that in an audio voice message aired on a private radio station in Kano (Express FM) on Wednesday, March 21, Kwankwaso declared that no amount of persuasion would make him change his mind over the stance to change Ganduje.

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Legit.ng gathered that he said the level of betrayal meted to him by the governor is enough yardsticks to stage a comeback into Kano politics and unseat Ganduje from Government House.

Senator Kwankwaso also boasted of dealing and retiring anyone from politics, which have any link to the governor from any quarters within the country, even if that person is in Abuja.

The fire-spitting senator was quoted as saying, go and write it down, I will retire this betrayer and his collaborators from active politics in a simple arithmetic of 1 + 1 which you all know the answer.

There has been war of words from both camps since Kwankwaso’s handing over to Governor Ganduje in 2015.

The latest was tongue-lashing of the daughter of Governor Ganduje who marries the son of Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo state by Kwankwaso, who besides condemns the marriage, also describes all those that attended as people who have less work to do in their respective offices.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso vowed to go ahead with his scheduled visit to Kano state on Tuesday, January 30. The senator's decision is coming barely 2 hours after the Kano state police command advised the former governor of the state to shelve the visit for security reasons.

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