Ganduje accuses Kwankwaso of leaving empty treasury

Ganduje accuses Kwankwaso of leaving
empty treasury

The Transition Committee set up
by Kano State Governor- elect, Abdullahi
Umar Ganduje Thursday, said that the
outgoing governor, Rabi’u Kwankwaso has
not only left an empty treasury but
additional liability of N379 billion.

Chairman of the 93-member committee
and Deputy Governor-elect, Professor Hafiz
Abubakar, who read the abridged copy of its
final report stated that
‘’hard times await
Kano and it might take patience to get
along.’’

Abubakar, a professor of Food Nutrition
gave the break down of liability by the
Kwankwaso’s administration adding that the
total capital receipt to the state between
May 2011 and May 2015 stood at N 419.75
billion out of which N430.6 billion was
spent.

He further said total capital receipt by the
44 local government areas of the state
within the same period stood at N346.591
billion which was expended on joint
projects between the state government and
the local governments.
Abubakar who served Kwankwaso as
Commissioner for Finance between
1999-2003 explained that the outgoing
administration initiated over 4,000 projects,
for which over N140 billion was paid to
contractors with N4.5billion still
outstanding.

Vanguard

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