A previous legislative head of Kano State, Sen. Rabiu Kwankwaso, hosts cautioned that the Peoples Democratic Get-together, PDP, won’t permit the redundancy of “uncertain” during the 2023 governorship political decision in the state.
Review that the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, had pronounced the consequence of the 2019 governorship political decision in Kano as uncertain, following the razor-hole contrast between the PDP up-and-comer, Abba Yusuf, and Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of the All Progressives Congress, APC.
From the start, Mr Yusuf was driving with 26,655 votes yet after the rerun, Mr Ganduje arose triumphant with the edge of 8,982 votes.
Yet, while tending to a mammoth horde of allies in a viral video accepted to be recorded in Kano on Thursday, the pioneer Kwankwasiyya Movement said the gathering would at this point don’t endure such “political race fixing”.
In the 1:28 moment film, Mr Kwankwaso blamed Governor Ganduje for scheming with INEC and security specialists to fix the political decision, cautioning that, “such a wreck will never be rehashed against us”.
He stated: “They are currently inebriated with power. He (Ganduje) feels that he will never leave that power, not realizing that 2023 is only two years away.
2023 holds on for an alternate tone. All of you hear what lawmakers state, ‘sink or swim’, so 2023 will be sink or swim governmental issues. We won’t excuse uncertain once more.”
I trust, our ladies allies would save their pestle, club and spoon to secure their votes come 2023.
I caution APC and INEC to consider legitimate discretionary cycle or lament their activities,” Mr Kwankwaso cautioned.