The Kano State Governor, Abba Kabir Yusuf, has mentioned that the continuing authorized battles surrounding his tenure aren’t merely private assaults however somewhat makes an attempt to undermine the political legacy of his mentor, Sen. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.
He said this late Sunday throughout a stakeholders assembly of the Kwankwasiyya motion and different get together supporters in Kano.
Yusuf who spoke at size for the primary time because the appellate courtroom affirmed the judgement of the tribunal that sacked him, mentioned, “All his political travails including his losses at the Elections Petition Tribunal and the Court of Appeal are targeted attacks against his mentor and political godfather, Eng. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.”
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The assembly, which was held on the occasion of Kwankwaso, additionally had in attendance the Deputy Governor, Aminu Abdussalam, Speaker of the state House of Assembly, Ismail Falgore; federal lawmaker for Kiru/Bebeji constituency, Abdulmumin Jibrin Kofa, leaders of the New Nigeria People’s Party, Kano State cupboard members and high authorities officers.
“We are going to continue working under his (Kwankwaso) guidance and leadership to do the needful, God willing,” Yusuf declared, emphasising his unwavering loyalty to his political mentor.
The governor expressed his deep gratitude to Kwankwaso, acknowledging his pivotal function in shaping the political panorama of Kano.
“Even if the world says they are not going to give us anything because of his (Kwankwaso) vision, we are not going to turn our back on him and his vision,” he asserted.
In a message to his supporters, Yusuf urged them to stay steadfast and keep away from partaking in divisive rhetoric. “We must not exchange bitter words with anyone but to channel our energy to motivating Kano people,” he suggested.
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Yusuf reaffirmed his dedication to the folks of Kano, pledging to proceed the people-centered tasks he has initiated, together with initiatives centered on girls’s and youngsters’s welfare, in addition to cost of excellent backlogs of pension and gratuity entitlement.