Tinubu plotting to destroy Kano, Kwankwaso alerts Nigerians; declares NNPP ready for battle


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The presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Senator Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso, has accused the All-Progressive Congress (APC)-led President Bola Tinubu Federal Government of heeding to ill advice from “enemies of Kano State.”

Kwankwaso made the accusation in reaction to the ongoing emirate tussle in Kano, where federal security agencies have been backing the deposed Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, despite the constitutionally assigned responsibility of ensuring peace and order.

Kwankwaso Vows to Resist Any Attempt to Undermine Kano’s Authority

Speaking at the flag-off ceremony for the construction of 82 kilometers of rural road networks in his hometown of Madobi, Kwankwaso warned that the people of Kano would resist any attempt to undermine the constituted authority in the state.

“We have mass followership because people believe in us, we are pro-people and the NNPP administration is determined to serve them anywhere they vote for it,” Kwankwaso said.

He further stated that the NNPP is ready to support the Kano state governor to succeed, and that the party will not fold its arms and watch “enemies of the state” destroy the peaceful coexistence of the state.

Kwankwaso Accuses Tinubu of Plotting to Disrupt Kano

Kwankwaso alleged that “some desperate politicians” from Kano, who he described as “enemies of the state,” are already on a mission of disruption in the build-up to the 2027 elections. He warned that the NNPP is ready for the fight and will not accept any form of intimidation or political harassment.

“We dare anybody, who thinks he can victimise us politically, to go and be rest assured that we are ready for the fight,” Kwankwaso declared.

The NNPP national leader further stated that the Federal Government is listening to these “unpatriotic politicians from Kano,” who will only contribute to its failure because the people of Kano will resist any attempt to undermine the constitutional responsibility of the governor.

NNPP Remains Open to Dialogue, but Vows to Protect Itself

Kwankwaso said the NNPP is open to dialogue, truce, and reconciliation, but the party will not accept intimidation and political harassment of any sort.

“We know how to play politics and we have all it takes to protect ourselves from any evil,” Kwankwaso warned.


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