Ganduje’s aide dares Kano State APC chairman to go for drug test


By Ismail Auwal

An aide of Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has dared the State All Progressive Congress (APC) acting chairman to undergo drug test.

Engineer Mu’az Magaji has alleged that the APC’s acting chairman’s preferred candidates for the forth coming local government elections in the state failed the mandatory drugs test conducted by NDLEA.

Magaji, in what he called sympathy message said, “you once advised the governor to order his aides to pass through a drug test,”

“I have been tested, and I passed the test; we thank God, but today the boys you imposed as candidates for chairmen and councillors of local governments have been confirmed to be drug abusers”. He said

Engr Magaji added that, “What remains is for you to undergo the test, even though we have a prior knowledge of what the result is.”

The relationship between the party acting chairman, Alhaji Abdullahi Abbas, and the governor’s Aide, has been sour, both have attacked each other in various contexts.

The acting party chairman, in a viral video, was seen mocking Magaji while standing before the governor.

Engineer Mu’az Magaji is the state’s chairman, Gas Pipeline Project Delivery and Gas Industrialisation Committee.

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