Former Governor Of Kano State Rabiu Kwankwaso Attacked In His Own State
The Former Governor of Kano State and the immediate retired Senator representing Kano Central, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, was attacked by some thugs who are yet to be identified in the city of Kano, Today Monday 21st October.
The serious attack, which followed the former governor’s visit to his hometown, Madobi where he had gone to open a midwifery school that was built recently, was said to have been carried out around the state underpass.
In records from our reporters Eight(8) peoples were said to have been critically injured while several cars were damaged beyond recognition.
However, a report from the Kwankwaso’s media aide Hajiya Binta Speaking, linked the attack to thugs loyal to Governor Abdulahi Ganduje who is the current Governor of Kano State.
She narrated that, “This attack was preplanned because we were told that heavy-armed thugs were waiting under the bridge to attack us when we were coming from Madobi.
“We believe Ganduje was behind this attack because we heard one of his aide names being mentioned during the attack.”
She added that countless scores of their members were seriously injured and currently receiving medical attention in various clinics including the International Hospital while 10 vehicles destroyed and personal items carted away by political thugs believed to have been sponsored by the Kano State Government at Sharada Panshekara Sabon Titi bridge.
However as the incident was still in toxic confusion, one of the Governor’s top aides, who pleaded not to be named, denied the fact that the attack was not planned by the present government, and they have nothing related or in a notice being behind the attack on Kwankwaso’s convoy.
He alleged that the attack was an internal wrangling between the Kwankwasiyya members who were apparently tired of their boss, Kwankwaso.
He said, “The attack was a misunderstanding between the Kwankwasiyya members, who accused Kwankwaso of betraying their trust by after them for his personal gains.”