THE DEED HAS BEEN DONE! See How Ganduje Plan To Deal With PDP And Those That Were Against Him In Kano

Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje said his administration has no intention to intimidate anybody. A statement yesterday by the Commissioner for Information, Muhammad Garba, quoted the governor as saying that his administration had no intention of labelling anybody in the public or private domain.

He promised an all-inclusive government, saying “I will not betray the people of the state and no one will be harassed or intimidated by my government.”

“We have no intention whatsoever to intimidate anybody be it civil servant or private citizen. Elections are associated with heated debate on political differences, but they are over and we have a big task of working together because Kano belongs to all of us,” Garba said.

He said the governor’s victory at the polls belonged to all the people regardless of political differences and therefore “together we work to move the state forward.’’

“Kano belongs to all of us. We will embrace everybody; the traditional rulers, the Ulama, civil servants and all other interested parties. We need to get everyone together for the task ahead and move our state forward,” he said.

He said Ganduje would continue to maintain his stand for giving respect and dignity to all those who deserve, saying “the governor is extending a hand of friendship to all to come and work together in the interest of the state.”

Recall also that the Kano State Governor said he is ever ready to face the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), which vowed to challenge his victory at the just- concluded Kano supplementary poll in court.

He said: “Before the re-run election, which we emerged victorious, they were deep-neck in ballot stuffing and other electoral offences, a ploy that was later uncovered.”

Ganduje said it was after that ballot stuffing scenario that genuine election was conducted at the supplementary election, which he described as fair and credible.

“My thinking about these people is they are about to kick-start what would later consume them unawares.

“What they did in other elections of the state legislators in some places, will be looked at, with the view to ascertaining authenticity of such votes they claimed to have gotten,” Ganduje further stated.

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