Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State says he is ready to reconcile with his predecessor, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.
In an interview with Radio France, the governor described the feud between him and Kwankwaso as the handiwork of political miscreants who do not want a cordial relationship between them.
“You know there are people who are used to fuelling issues. So, we are working on them towards seeing that we beat their actions and reconcile.”
“This kind of issues are normal in politics and God willing it will come to pass. Everyone knows that reconciliation is always the best. We hope God will help those who pledge to reconcile us to succeed.
“From our part, we are ever ready to come forward and reconcile. It’s not like we are refusing. There are people from both parties who are driving this issue but like I said, everything that sense is applied into, I think we will get over it.”
On Tuesday, Ganduje paid a condolence visit to Kwankwaso, at his Bompai residence, Miller road, over the death of his brother, Inuwa Musa Kwankwaso.
A development that attracted within and outside the state.
At Bompai, Ganduje was received by the Senator and his political lieutenants.
In the governor’s entourage were his Chief of Staff, many Commissioners, party leaders and elders and many top government functionaries.
Kwankwaso invited the governor to the grave of his late father, Musa Saleh Kwankwaso, located within the residence of the Senator, where another special prayer was offered.
Scholars prayed for the reposed souls of the deceased and Kwankwaso saw the governor off, after spending over thirty minutes with him.