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Kwankwaso to Ganduje: No rapprochement

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Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso

Condemns Planned Sale Of Two Hospitals To Chinese Company

Former Governor and Senator representing Kano Central Senatorial district, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, has vowed to continue the fight against Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje administration to 2019.

Chairman of Kwankwasiyya Youths Wing, Kabiru Getso Haruna, who dropped the hint at an event marking the 61st birthday anniversary of the founder, Senator Kwankwaso, in Kano, disclosed that the battle line has already been drawn and that Kwankwaso will never be available for reconciliation with Ganduje.

Flanked by former Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Rabiu Suleiman Bichi, former Commissioner for Health, Abubakar Labaran Yusuf and other strong political associates of the Senator, Kabiru maintained that “It is too late to cry when the head has already been cut off.”

He was referring to series of attacks by the governor against the Senator and his Kwankwasiyya movement.

The youth leader also accused Ganduje of planning to sell two hospitals owned by the state to a Chinese company, stressing that the governor was overheard making the disclosure in one of his official outings.

While threatening to seek redress in court if the government goes ahead with the planned sale, the group declared: “We demand payment of all outstanding tuition fees of students on foreign scholarship and payment of students’ WAEC, NECO, NABTEB and NBAIS fees.

“We also warn against sale of the hospitals, just as we caution buyers against committing themselves.”



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