“I Have Retired Kwankwaso From Kano Politics,” Says Ganduje     

Funsho Akinwale

Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has revealed that he has retired Musa Rabiu Kwankwaso, the former state governor, from politics.

Ganduje made the revelation while receiving the Speaker of Kano State House of Assembly, Hon. Abdul’aziz Garba Gafasa, with other Principal Officers of the House, the State APC Chairman, Abdullahi Abbas and other party leaders and elders in the statehouse on Friday.

The governor said that APC’s victory at the just concluded rerun election was an indication that Senator Kwankwaso has truly retired from politics.

“Some years back when he (Kwankwaso) was warming up to contest for presidential seat, he boasted that he would retire President Muhammadu Buhari from politics.

“Saying also that he would retire me from politics.

“But if you look at it now, who then is forced to retire?” Ganduje asked.

The governor added that some political remarks and behaviour of Kwankwaso, particularly during the election period, were not in order.

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