No Selfish Man Ever As Kwankwaso – Gov. Ganduje

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Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, has on Wednesday evening at the time he was welcoming new members who defected from the Nigerian opposition party (PDP) to the ruling party (APC), said he has never seen a man so selfish as his predecessor, Rabiu Kwankwaso.

It was reported that Ganduje while speaking in the event while receiving the new members into his party, described Kwankwaso as ‘Selfish and also an Impostor’.

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He said, “It is natural to be a bit selfish but I have never seen anyone as selfish as Kwankwaso. It was such that he imposed his whims and caprices on all and exploited (all) for his personal benefit, as against the collective interest of all.

“All of us seated here were with him in the past and we made him what he is politically but had to withdraw from his persistent self-conceit.

“We had initiated reconciliations in the past but Kwankwaso is not the repentant type, it is either his bid that is done or he destroys everything.”

Ganduje further noted that Kwankwaso had rained curses on him when he reached out to him and other members of the opposition to please join hands with him to move Kano forward, following the supreme court ruling.

The PDP members who defected to the APC in Kano state includes, Kwankwaso’s former spokesperson, Binta Spikin; a zonal Woman Leader of the PDP in Kano, Aisha Kaita, former member, Kano State House of Assembly, Muhammad Isyaku Taraunu, and a Kwankwasiyya leader, Idris Bala.

In another news, 9jatoday had reported that Nigerian Super Eagles former Coach, Samson Siasia has cried out for help over ban placed on him by the FIFA.

It was learnt that Samson Siasia made the cry in a short video clip which was seen online on Wednesday, requesting that all well-meaning Nigerians should help him with donations so that he can appeal the life ban imposed on him by the world football federal (FIFA).

He revealed that so far he was only able to put together a sum of $275 (N100,000), whereas he needs at least N90 million (about $249,000) in legal costs to appeal for on lifting of the ban.

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