KANO:”New government Will Hold People Accountable” – Kwankwaso


Engr. (Dr) Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso

Former Kano State governor, Engr Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has appealed to Kano State people to show understanding to the new administration of Engr Abba Kabir Yusuf in the state.

Engr Rabiu Kwankwaso appealed in a 2hr live interview at his residence on the eve of the inauguration of the new administration.

He said the call is necessitated by the impediments instituted aim to impede the immediate impact of the New Nigeria People Party, (NNPP) in the state.

“We are aware of the numerous steps taken to slow the immediate impact of the incoming NNPP government in the state but Inshaallah they would be a disgrace”.

Engr Rabiu Musa accused officials of the former administration in the state for alleging vandalization and auctioning of government property in some sensitive infrastructure.

“We heard that some persons in the previous administration have been alleged to auction a generating set of Nasarawa hospital, I wonder how could a sensible person do that to his people”.

Engr Kwankwaso who is also a former Kano State governor thanked the people in the state for their support and enduring eight years of torment by the immediate past administration of the State.

He advised those who have enriched themselves and illegally benefited from the former administration’s recklessness to get ready for accountability to the people of Kano State.

On his meeting with the President-elect, Ahmed Tinubu in Paris, Engr Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso explained that he was there at the invitation of the President-elect and had a fruitful discussion.

He, however, rhetorically, returned a question on whether to accept a ministerial appointment when asked to react to rumors going around that he was a tip for a minister in the APC federal government.

“You know these people are after integrity and that is our hallmark demonstrated in several leadership opportunities when we provide it to the people of Kano state”.

“I assure you that the national government would not be identified with a failure or irresponsibility”.

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