Disagreement between Southern, Northern Governor unnecessary, Ganduje

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano state has described the disagreement between Southern and Northern governors on power shift and Value Added Tax as very unfortunate and unnecessary.

He made the remark while speaking shortly after reviewing the Independence Anniversary parade held at the Sani Abacha stadium as part of activities for the commemoration of the 61s Independence anniversary in Kano on Friday.

He said the current crisis between the southern and northern governors is very unfortunate and unnecessary in view of fact that it is promoting disunity in the country.

According to him, all the Governor were elected to promote peace and unity among Nigerians not to engage in unnecessary disagreement.

” Disparity between the Northern and Southern Governors is unnecessary and unfortunate. Governors are elected to unite the and not to divide it,”; Ganduje stressed.

He, therefore, called on the chairman of Nigeria’s Governor’s Forum and Governor of Ikiti state, Kayode Fayemi to intervene by conveniening a meeting of the Governors to find a lasting solution to the crisis.

He said there was urgent need for the meeting so as to forgive each and every one and forge ahead because the unity of the country is Paramount for the socio-economic and political development of the country.

Ganduje called on all Nigerians irrespective of political and religious inclinations to support the current effort by the government to embrace peace and make sure that peace continue to prevail in the country.

He said the present administration under his leadership would continue to do everything possible to ensure security of lives and property of its citizenry.

The governor, who, commended political leaders who fought for the Independence of the country, praised the various security outfits in the state for their effort to security thrive in the state.

“I want to use this opportunity to thank our political leaders who fought and struggled for the Independence of Nigeria,” he said.

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