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Kwankwaso accuses President Tinubu and APC of fomenting instability in Kano

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The National Leader and 2023 Presidential Candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso has accused the All Progressive Congress (APC)-led Federal Government of potentially fostering a new wave of Boko Haram terrorists in Kano State.

Addressing the escalating situation in Kano, Kwankwaso criticized the federal security agencies, which are constitutionally tasked with maintaining peace, for allegedly supporting the deposed Emir of Kano, Aminu Ado Bayero.

Kwankwaso’s comments came during the inauguration of an 82-kilometer rural road project in his hometown, Madobi.

“The people of Kano will resist any attempt to undermine the state’s constituted authority,” declared Kwankwaso. “Our mass followership stems from our pro-people stance, and the NNPP administration is committed to serving wherever it is elected.”

Kwankwaso underscored the party’s resolve to counter any disruptions, emphasizing that politicians within the NNPP would not idly watch as adversaries jeopardize the state’s peace. “We support the governor’s focused agenda and will back him to ensure success,” he affirmed.

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He further accused certain Kano-based individuals, whom he described as suffering from “mental illness,” of advising the Federal Government to impose a State of Emergency in Kano.

“This is madness of the highest order, which the peace-loving people of Kano will resist,” he warned.

Looking ahead to the 2027 elections, Kwankwaso noted the emergence of disruptive politicians but maintained a defiant stance. “We will fight any political victimization head-on. We are not afraid of being out of power; we are committed to our political destiny,” he asserted.

Kwankwaso criticized the Federal Government for heeding the advice of what he termed “unpatriotic politicians” from Kano, predicting this would lead to its downfall.

He reiterated the commitment of Kano’s populace to defending their governor’s constitutional responsibilities against any infringement.

“We are open to dialogue, truce, and reconciliation but reject any form of intimidation and political harassment. We know how to play politics and have the means to protect ourselves from any evil,” Kwankwaso concluded emphatically.

(Edited by Oludare Mayowa; omayowa@globalfinancialdigest.com; Newsroom: +234 8033 964 138)

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