Kwankwaso, Ganduje Feud To Be Over Soon – Reps Member

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KWANKWASO-AND-GANDUJEThe member representing Bichi Federal Constituency of Kano State in the House of Representatives, Ahmed Garba Bichi, has said that the feud between Governor Abdullahi Ganduje and his predecessor, Senator Rabi’u Kwankwaso, would soon be over.
Kwankwaso and Ganduje, who was his deputy and longtime ally, fell out shortly after the latter succeeded him as governor.
The political disagreement between the two frontline politicians reached a crescendo when the governor, members of the State House of Assembly and local government chairmen in the state dumped the red cap, symbol of the Kwankwasiyya movement and pitched their tent with Mr. Ganduje.
But Bichi maintained that the All Progressives Congress (APC) and other party chieftains were currently working to reconcile the camps of the feuding politicians.
The lawmaker noted that meetings of the party’s chieftains were held both in Abuja and Kano to settle the dispute between Ganduje and his former boss.
He said: “The fight shows that we are all still together as a family. They say, in my native (Hausa) language, that despite their closeness, the teeth and tongue sometimes fight. We are bound to have disagreements and misunderstanding in politics, but what is important is that at the end of the day, we resolve those issues and the APC in Kano would come out stronger”.

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