Kano APC Crisis: Ganduje Asks Kwankwaso To Apologise To Buhari
Kano State governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has condemned in the strongest terms the alleged unsavoury remarks against President Muhammadu Buhari and the national leadership of the All Progressive Congress (APC) by a former governor of the state, Rabiu Kwankwaso.
The former governor had on Saturday blamed the President of fuelling crisis in the Kano chapter of APC by removing the elected chairman.
But on Sunday, the President warned against dragging his name into the crisis that led to Doguwa’s removal.
Governor Ganjude on Tuesday added his voice by condemning the former governor.
Ganduje in a statement by the state commissioner for Information Muhammad Garba, said he seriously frowned at statements credited to the spokesman of Kwankwassiyya Group, Aminu Abdulsalam, “who did not only maliciously accuse President Buhari of fuelling crisis in Kano APC, but also used derogatory words and attacked the personality of the President.
He said the group, basically acted the script of their Abuja-based leader, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso whose plot to destabilize the APC in Kano state has been roundly defeated.
Garba said the Kano state government, therefore, demands that Kwankwaso and his group 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.