Kano APC Crisis: Ganduje, Kwankwaso Set to Reconcile

Kano APC Crisis: Ganduje, Kwankwaso Set to Reconcile

By Chris Suleiman, Abuja

The crisis rocking the Kano state chapter of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) may soon be over as both parties in dispute, Governor Umar Abdullahi Ganduje and former Governor, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso met with the Reconciliation Committee set up by the APC National Leadership of the Party at the National Secretariat in Abuja on Thursday.

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Speaking to journalists shortly after the reconciliation meeting at the National Secretariat, Abuja, Chairman of the committee and National Deputy Chairman North, Senator Lawal Shuaibu said tremendous progress has been made in the reconciliation process.

He said: “you must be aware for the past two hours, we have been holding a meeting, dealing with the crisis we have in our party in Kano state and this is not the first meeting we are holding, we’ve just been holding series of meetings only that this is the first one holding at the National Secretariat that is why probably you are coming to know about it.

He added that “We discussed the issue of the crisis we have in Kano and so far, I can say we have made tremendous progress. From the conclusion of Today’s interaction with both the Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje and the former Governor, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, they both agreed to work together in the interest of the people are their party and put behind  whatever differences that might have opened the window for discord and I can assure that for the party in Kano, we have better days now that the two leaders have agreed to peace and that is all we have to tell you now.

“We have made tremendous progress, you can see the notable elders of our party from Kano State, those we call our national leaders, Malam Musa Gwadabe you can see him, malam Sule Hamman you can see him, Alhaji Yusuf Ali is also here.

He also said “When two leaders are having a misunderstanding, and you bring the two leaders together, and they agree to work together for the benefit of their people, which means, they still have to go back to their people after bringing them together and its means there are bit and pieces the bit and pieces could not just going to be there responsibility it is a collective responsibility everybody has a role to play, the elders from Kano have a role to play and the two personalities involve have a role to play down the line.

“So that is the bit and pieces I am talking about if we able to solve the problem from the top, then we go down to the root and see what we can do toput the bit and pieces together.

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