Presidential election: Ganduje taunts Kwankwaso, You’ll remain serial loser

admin September 28, 2023
Updated 2023/09/28 at 9:54 AM

The national chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Abdullahi Ganduje, derided Rabiu Kwankwaso, the presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP, stating that Kwankwaso will continue to be a constant loser.

Ganduje made this remark during a gathering with Haliru Dauda Jika, the Bauchi state NNPP governorship candidate in the upcoming 2023 election, who officially transitioned to the APC at the party’s national secretariat in Abuja on Wednesday.

Ganduje asserted that Kwankwaso’s presidential aspirations will be hindered due to his prioritization of personal interests over national interests. Furthermore, Ganduje attributed Kwankwaso’s chronic losing streak to his inability to maintain a consistent stance within party politics over the years.

The chairman of the APC applauded and deemed Jika’s decision to return to the ruling party as a positive move, emphasizing that Jika’s previous role as the NNPP flag bearer adds to his credibility.

In Bauchi state, Ganduje welcomed Senator Jika and the entire NNPP structure. He acknowledged Senator Jika as a prominent politician in Bauchi state and expressed his satisfaction at their meeting to discuss the future.

Ganduje admired Jika’s decision to return to a progressive and focused party, considering where he was previously affiliated. He noted that Jika’s former party had once been decent and respected but had been taken over and corrupted by the kwankwasiya group.

Ganduje expressed his happiness that the original NNPP was regaining its rightful place and distancing itself from the kwankwasiya group completely. He mentioned that the kwankwasiya group, led by the former governor of Kano state, had been out of power for eight years before returning to the Government House in Kano.

The individual known as the Kwankwasiya leader, distinguished by a red cap, willingly assumes the role of a ruler in the depths of hell rather than serving in paradise. He excels at manipulating and tricking others.

Initially affiliated with the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), he later switched to the All Progressives Congress (APC) when it was established through the merger of the nPDP and other legacy parties.

Despite having ambitions within the APC, he eventually abandoned the party after being unable to secure the presidential nomination, opting to return to the PDP. However, he soon departed again when his attempts to obtain the nomination were unsuccessful.

“He still persisted in running for the presidential election on his own accord and suffered defeat twice. He has made a reputation for himself as a consistent participant in presidential elections, but unfortunately, he has yet to achieve success.

It is evident that he has a strong sense of self-admiration. I am glad to see that you have made the sensible decision to abandon your affiliation with the red cap. It is a commendable action on your part.”

The chairman of the APC then assured the returning members that they would be included in the party’s administration in the state, as part of their ongoing efforts to revitalize the party before the upcoming 2027 election. He expressed regret about the party’s performance in the recent general elections in the state.

Ganduje symbolically replaced the red cap associated with the Kwankwasiya group with President Bola Tinubu’s unbroken chain insignia cap as he welcomed Jika and his group into the ruling party.

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