I was denied boarding, home, office because I’m not in APC – Kwankwaso yells


Former Kano State Governor Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso alleged his successor Abdullahi Ganduje refused to pay his pension rights for six years, claiming he was the only Kano state to be ruled and that he did not benefit from it.

He also said that the state government did not build a house or office for him, which is stipulated in a law that every former governor should be provided with an office or a house as part of his or her duties. advantages.

Kwankwaso, who made the allegations in an interview with the BBC Hausa service, said it was probably because he was not part of the All Progressives Congress (APC) who gave the authority to treat him in this way.

His words, “If I were with them, I would have to get my allowances or my monthly pension. And I agree that it happened because I am part of the opposition. So let them go and enjoy it ”.

The former governor said that in early 2021 his name and those of nine others were passed to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), alleging it was done to tarnish his image.

While expressing his willingness to respond to any invitation from the EFCC whenever they do, he said: “Thank God, in my 30 years in politics no one has ever complained that their five naira were stolen or lost, nobody.”

Kwankwaso also expressed his dissatisfaction with the security situation in Nigeria, saying he was amazed at what the government was saying about security and the results that could be achieved physically.

According to him, “I am surprised at the way the government of the day handled the security concerns and the results.

“Some communities in Katsina State which share the border with the Republic of Niger are begging the Nigerian army to rescue them in various interviews with international media.

Source: Naija News

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