Fresh facts emerge on Tinubu’s Meeting With Kwankwaso

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Hon. Abdulmumin Jibrin, a Rep-Elect, has said Governor Abdullahi Ganduje consented to the meeting that President-elect Bola Tinubu held with Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso in France.

 

Ejes Gist Newsonline Nigeria had reported how Tinubu and Kwankwaso met for four hours on Monday.

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Ganduje had expressed reservations over the meeting, saying Tinubu had decided to see Kwankwaso, his estranged benefactor, as an alternative.

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In a leaked audio interview with Ibrahim Masari, former Vice Presidential Placeholder of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Ganduje said Tinubu ought to consult or invite him to the meeting with Kwankwaso.

 

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Jibrin, who was part of the meeting in France, said Ganduje confirmed to him that Tinubu consulted him before the meeting took place.

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“Like every other Nigerian, I was very shocked when I listened to that audio, but I think the most important thing is that I want to confirm to you that Governor Ganduje was consulted.

 

“And he himself confirmed this to me, told me in clear words that the President-elect invited him and told him that he is planning a meeting with Kwankwaso and asked Ganduje if he had any objections to it, and Ganduje told me that he told the President-elect that he has no objections.

 

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“So it is extremely unfair for the president-elect to be portrayed in a bad light before the public by Governor Ganduje, who knows very well that the president consulted him before that meeting because he confirmed that to me clearly.

 

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“It is very unfair to the president-elect, and I do not believe that the president will abandon anyone who supported him… But again, what is paramount is national unity, cohesion, and development.

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