ATTACK ON BUHARI: Apologise or face sanctions, Kano govt tells Kwankwaso
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ATTACK ON BUHARI: Apologise or face sanctions, Kano govt tells Kwankwaso

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje-led government of Kano State has frowned at the alleged attack on President Muhammadu Buhari by the Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso group, Kwankwasiyya.

The government has demanded that the group either apologise or be sanctioned by the All Progressives Congress (APC) led government.
A member of Kwankwasiyya, Aminu Abdulsalam, was said to have at a recent press conference organized by the group and held at the secretariat of Kano chapter of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), used derogatory words against President Buhari and also accused him of fueling crisis in Kano APC.

But Kano State government in a statement through its Commissioner of Information, Malam Muhammad Garba, claimed that the Kwankwasiyya group acted the script of Kwankwaso.

The government therefore demanded in the statement that the former governor and his group should tender an unreserved apology to President Buhari and APC national secretariat or face sanction.

“It is also on record that Kwankwaso and his Kwankwasiyya group, consumed by the tall dream of becoming ‘President’ has unjustifiably maligned President Buhari at every giving opportunity.

“It is on this note that Kano State government seriously frowns at statements credited to the strong member of Kwankwassiyya group, Aminu Abdulsalam who did not only maliciously accused President Buhari of fueling crisis in Kano APC, but also used derogatory words and attacked the personality and hard-earned integrity of Mr. President.

“Kano State Government strongly warns against such act of incivility by a person or group of persons against the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the party’s leadership and other respected political office holders.

“Kano State Government, therefore, demands the Kwankwassiyya group to tender unreserved apology to President Buhari and APC national secretariat, without which the APC national leadership should invoke the party’s constitution and take appropriate disciplinary measures against them for insubordination and engaging in anti-party activities.

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“It is, however, very unfortunate that members of Kwankwassiyya group are now deriding the APC national leadership which gave them ample opportunities to play the god and even at many occasions recognized their favored candidate, Umar Haruna Doguwa as the APC chairman in Kano state.

“Now that a new and authentic leadership has emerged through the instruments of the party’s constitution, it is expected that the Kwankwassiyya, if truly have concern to APC, should rally round the new leadership and display total loyalty to the party rather than blackmailing the party’s national leadership and President Muhammadu Buhari,” the statement partly read.

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