Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano state has reacted to determination of the incoming government of Abba Kabir Yusuf of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) to probe all gross sales of government property beneath his administration. Yusuf, a protege of Kwankwaso, has issued public warnings to builders that purchased government properties to cease creating or engaged on the properties, hinting at plans to evaluate such gross sales when the governor-elect is sworn in on May 29. Reacting to the general public warning, Ganduje stated sale of government properties was nothing new and that the governor-elect ought to go and ask his political father (referring to Kwankwaso) on how they started the coverage. In the now viral audio obtained by Daily Trust, Ganduje stated;  Kwankwaso and Gandujes government, we’re those who introduced that coverage, we sold out houses, most of them to staff, some to politicians.They are saying that we’ve got sold government houses not understanding that his father in politics, his grandfather in politics was the one who began promoting government houses.If he stated its not true, let him go to a radio station and will get the checklist of the government houses his grandfather sold. Government houses that his father in politics sold out. This will not be the time to enter that chapter.If I am to name out names of senior government staff and politicians that purchased government houses, we will spend the night time counting.This is nothing new. I labored in Abuja, I resided in a government home and finally, the federal government sold it to me.From the Federal to state stage, the government is not constructing houses for its staff to reside. The ones it has have been sold to staff. It is nothing new.Government staff residing in its houses, most of them have been sold however those that purchased them couldnt reside as a result of government staff are occupying them.Because there are new houses, government staff are being transferred into these sorts of places of work and depart the houses to those that purchased them. Ganduje served as Kwankwasos deputy for 2 phrases of 1999-2003 and 2011-2015 earlier than succeeding him. They, nevertheless, fell out shortly into his first time period.   The put up Kwankwaso and I sold government houses – Ganduje replies Kano Governor-elect Abba Gida-Gida appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.

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