Kano Wouldn't Be The Developed State It Is Today Without The Igbos & Others - Gov. Of Kano, Ganduje

2 years ago by: Giwa bayo
-- (m) at 14-07-2017 01:47PM (2 years ago)

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The Kano State governor, Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje has disclosed that Kano would not have risen to become a commercially recognized centre to reckon with without the presence of the Igbo community and other ethnic nationalities. The state governor made this known when the Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, visited him over the death of Danmasanin Kano, Alhaji Maitama Sule. The State governor while speaking during the visit blamed the elite in the country for the ingoin secession agitation in the country. While speaking on the role of elites in the secession agitation, the state governor noted that “sometimes, you can have knowledge without wisdom; that is the basis of what is happening to our present elite. That is why we have these ethnic agitations. It has no wisdom.
“Your coming to Kano to console us tells a lot across the divide. It speaks much about the national integration we are trying to achieve.” He said that knowledge without wisdom was the cause of the present agitation, stressing that most Nigerians involved in the agitation had knowledge but lacked wisdom.”
He further added: “It pains us that some people are calling for separation. When the ejection order or migration order was given, we in Kano said no; that nobody was going anywhere. “Here in Kano, we discussed with our youths and we discussed with the people and we discussed with those, who are being referred to as non-indigenes. We have abolished that boundary in Kano as everybody residing in Kano is an indigene of Kano State. “You can only say that you are an indigene of Kano with primordial claims elsewhere. But as far as we are concerned, you and your children are indigenes of the state.”


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-- ruthie (f) at 14-07-2017 03:10PM
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true
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-- tegonwa (m) at 14-07-2017 03:15PM
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Oh God Bless You Sir.Pls Tell Them;they Do Not Know The Bitter Truth.They Want Igbos To Quit Without Asking Themselves What Igbos Have Been To Them.So Hopeless.Thoughtlessly Hopeless!
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-- crocatum (m) at 14-07-2017 03:26PM
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Igbos are trying, they have obviously been important to the development of Kano, i know some Igbo that like Hausa more than Igbo, because they stayed in the north and like their simplicity.
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-- proly (f) at 14-07-2017 04:05PM
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Tell them sir....i like people that speak the truth...GOD bless u
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-- james987 (m) at 14-07-2017 05:05PM
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True talk.. Wonder why they waste their resources and God given thinking in another man's land. Even if the whole of Nigeria develops it will take centuries to develop the north..
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-- Sniper101 (m) at 14-07-2017 05:19PM
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...good speech
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-- euwilliams (f) at 14-07-2017 11:19PM
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Tell them because they forgot so soon
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-- osayan1 (m) at 15-07-2017 12:22AM
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them mr Gominor,they lack Knowlege
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-- tegonwa (m) at 15-07-2017 01:48AM
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These Hausas Are Too Eager To Occupy The Mansions And Businesses Owned By Igbos.Very Hopeless.
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-- CHRISETTE (f) at 19-07-2017 06:46PM
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Do you know
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