Emir Sanusi faces suspension ‘danger’ after query from Ganduje

Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, has issued a query to Muhammadu Sanusi, Emir of Kano, over alleged financial misappropriation. The Office of the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) issued the letter on behalf of the Governor. The development comes less than two days after Sanusi and Ganduje shook hands and prayed together during the eid-el-fitr celebrations, and the recommendation of the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-corruption Commission that the Emir be suspended, saying during its investigation, it uncovered that N3.4 billion was misspent by the emirate under…

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Ganduje did not win Kano guber election – Kabiru Yahaya, APC chieftain

Kabiru Yahaya, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has condemned, in very strong terms, what happened during the recently held supplementary election in Kano, which returned the incumbent Governor, Umar Ganduje as the winner, and describes the process a complete “tyranny.” The Pharmacist cum politician, who featured in Dialogue, a Liberty Television’s morning program also criticizes as faulty the country’s leadership selection processes, a situation he labeled “garbage in, garbage out.” Excerpt What do you make of inconclusive elections? It can mean many things to many people depending…

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#NigeriaDecides2019: Buhari Sails Back To Power

President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has won the 2019 presidential election which will see his second tenure run until 2023. Buhari defeated fierced rival Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to emerge winner of an election that was characterized by intense violence. Buhari polled a total of 15,184,748 votes against Atiku’s 11,102,148; a difference of 4,082,600 votes. Kano and Katsina states handed the president a smooth sail to victory as both states won Buhari over a million votes.

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Minimum Wage: Kano Renews Commitment To Pay N30,600

… As State NLC applauds Ganduje for his labour-friendly approach [Aminu Imam] Kano state Government has reaffirmed its readiness to pay the minimum wage of N30,600 as soon as the processes are due and completed. The Press Secretary to the Kano state Deputy Governor, Hassan Musa Fagge, who stated this in a press release, said  the state governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje renewed the pledge while addressing Organized Labour Union during their nationwide protest rally for the immediate enactment and implementation of the new National minimum wage of N30,000, at the Government House.…

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