The Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, on Sunday stated that the crisis rocking the All Progressives Congress in the state will not divert his attention from developing the state.
According to the Chief Press Secretary of the Governor, Abba Anwar, his principal stated this at the Government House in Kano during stakeholders’ meeting.
He said: “It’s very important for all to know that our political dexterity and political experience will not allow small party crisis to divert our attention in further developing our dear state, Kano.
“What’s happening is just part of the culture of democracy.”
Anwar disclosed that the stakeholder’s meeting was to emphasize the need for peace in the party.
Ganduje added, “We should not be set back because of the normal party crisis. This is very normal in democratic practice.”
The meeting was attended by Senator Kabiru Gaya, members of the House of Representatives, the speaker and members of the Kano State House of Assembly, local government chairmen as well as APC ward, local government and state leaders, among others.
In a related development, Senate President Ahmad Lawan on Sunday submitted that Nigeria and Nigerians have fared better in the last six years under the All Progressives Congress (APC) than the sixteen years when the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was in power.
The Senate President said during the reign of the PDP at the federal level, the country had huge resources but most of it ended up in private pockets.
Lawan said there is no concrete achievement that can be pointed to during the 16 years of PDP rule, warning that Nigerians should not vote for the umbrella party in 2023
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