Gov Ganduje Tell APC Members To Stop Treating Him Like A Demigod

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Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has cautioned members of the All Progressives Congress ( APC) in the state against regarding him as a demigod.

The governor made the statement in Sokoto State at the closing ceremony of the three-day Retreat organized for the state’s officials and stakeholders of the All Progressives Congress( APC), on political party management.

I am not a demigod, so do not worship or prostrate before me or praise sing me always.

“You should also stop being sycophantic to me. I am not more than you.

I am an equal partner and we are all equal members and stakeholders in the affairs of the party, as well as the state,” he added.

Ganduje stressed the need for the party members to continue to be law abiding and more focused on ensuring the even socioeconomic development of the state.

The governor further underscored the importance of opposition in bolstering democracy in the country. On the retreat, Ganduje said that, it was organized to improve the affairs of the party. ”

Political parties are often forgotten after elections in Nigeria, this should not be so and this what we want to change in Kano,” he explained.

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