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Ganduje Speaks On “Dollar” Video, Vows To Deal With Those Behind It

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Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has once more mentioned the 2018 video whereby he was seen pocketing wads of {dollars} offered to him as a bribe is a manipulated one.

The Every day Nigerian newspaper had printed the now-viral video three years in the past, with many calling out the governor for alleged involvement in corruption on the time.



However talking on Friday throughout a BBC Hausa programme, Ganduje mentioned the video was manipulated, including that “these behind it will be delivered to disgrace quickly”.

He mentioned, “The video is pretend, and we’re getting ready to show that. However I can’t preempt what we’re doing regarding that. I’m assuring you this video is pretend, and all these which can be behind it will be put to disgrace.”

The movies that have been serially printed in 2018 by Every day Nigerian have been mentioned to have been recorded in 2017.

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The governor had instantly described the video as ‘cloned’ and sued the newspaper’s writer, Jafar Jafar.

The newspaper alleged that the {dollars} have been a part of a $5 million the governor obtained from a authorities contractor.

Within the viewers participatory programme of the BBC Hausa, the governor additionally responded to a number of questions from Kano residents on his authorities’s insurance policies on the privatisation of public asset.

Ganduje mentioned rumours that his administration was promoting off land plots at historic websites equivalent to the town partitions are mischievous.

He mentioned the federal authorities owns such locations and that the state authorities can’t tamper with them.

He mentioned the federal government solely allotted land to residents to construct retailers in entrance of the partitions. 

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