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Alleged Leaked Audio: Tension grows in Ganduje’s camp as Tinubu meets with Kwankwaso

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The outgoing Governor of Kano State, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje’s alleged leaked audio conversation with Ibrahim Masari, a former placeholder vice presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has surfaced online.

According to Daily Trust, Ganduje, a close ally of the president-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu was reported to have expressed a bad feeling in the alleged audio as to why the President-elect, would hold a secret meeting with the presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP, Rabiu Kwankwaso despite their political misunderstanding.

The City Gazette reports that Tinubu and Kwankwaso were reportedly involved in a closed-door meeting for about four hours in France, deliberating the possibility of the former Kano Governor joining the ruling party.

The development had seriously raised a lot of questions among political commentators in the country.

In fact the overture, according to reliable sources did not sit well with some members of the APC.

According to the alleged leaked audio, Ganduje was said to be complaining bitterly as to why the president-elect would meet with Kwankwaso without at least informing him in the first place, thereby alleging Tinubu of unfairly treatment.

Ganduje who will hand over power to the Governor-elect, Abba Yusuf, an ally of Kwankwaso on May 29 had lent credence to the rumour by revealing that there was noise all over Kano over the meeting between the two political leaders.

The governor said, “Now he (Tinubu) is seeing Kwankwaso as an alternative to us? No problem. Because we don’t have a government? And it’s even because of him (Tinubu) we lost the government in any way.

“Even if he will see him (Kwankwaso), he ought to have called us too. Or don’t you understand, even if symbolically.”

Ganduje who was the Deputy Governor of Kwankwaso for eight years parted ways with his principal during his first term as Governor of the state over indistinct political disagreement.

The two Kano  political gladiators are said to be childhood friends.

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