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NEWS UPDATE: Northern, southern govs’ war of wits over 2023 unfortunate – Ganduje

NEWS UPDATE: Northern, southern govs’ war of wits over 2023 unfortunate – Ganduje

Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano Province has expressed deep worries and sadness over the verbal state of war betwixt northern and southern governors over powerfulness shift, describing the evolution as unlucky.

“The current disagreement betwixt southern and northern governors over powerfulness shifts leading to uncomplimentary remarks against each other is unlucky that most rapidly halt to allow for peace to reign,” he said.

Governor Ganduje, who was speaking at the 61th Independence Daytime celebration at the Indoor Stadium, said, “the current tussles betwixt the governors must not be something that will be celebrated but as an unlucky evolution that should now halt”.

The governor and so urged the Chairman of the Southern Governors Forum, Kayode Fayemi, to rapidly convene a coming together to resolve the unlucky scenario which is tantamount to creating to a greater extent problems than cure.

Governor Ganduje, who praised the founding fathers of Nigeria in Tafawa Balewa, Sardauna of Sokoto, Principal Obafemi Awolowo, Dr Nmadi Azekwe, Mallam Aminu Kano and host of others for keeping Nigeria one, said their strive should be imitated not the other ways.

He commended President Muhammadu Buhari for improving security across the land, urging the security agencies to sustain the tempo until all forms of insecurities are totally eliminated.

He said in Kano they used engineering to ensure that the province is kept perpetually in peace, “permit me employment this opportunity to give thanks and commend our gallant security agencies for beingness upward and downwardly to maintain the province peaceful”.





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