Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, leader of the Kwankwasiyya movement and the presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), has accused the opposition in Kano of distracting the government for a year.

Kwankwaso made these remarks during the declaration of the State of Emergency on education in Kano State.

“Let me start by congratulating him on this historic day, the day the governor is declaring a State of Emergency on education. For those who are aware, the governor has been working tirelessly from day one, and his efforts are evident throughout the state,” Kwankwaso stated.

“Despite being distracted for nearly a year, immediately after the election, enemies of the state dragged him to court – Tribunal, Appeal Court, and Supreme Court. We all witnessed these events, even though it was clear to everyone that his election victory was legitimate.

“Even the opposition admitted they wanted to seize power by force, believing they had government backing. Yet, despite these challenges, the governor has continued to work tirelessly. Despite facing numerous obstacles, the governor remains undeterred and continues to make progress.

“This situation reminds me of my second term as governor when, just two months after being sworn in, we faced Boko Haram attacks on mosques, markets, police stations, schools, and other places. We remained focused and ensured that we were not distracted.”

Kwankwaso’s comments highlight the persistent challenges faced by Governor Yusuf and his administration, emphasizing their commitment to progress despite opposition efforts to derail their initiatives.


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