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Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Read Governor Kwankwaso's Exposé On Jonathan's 2015 Script

The ever outspoken governor of Kano State Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has opened up on the 2015 timetable for elections as released by INEC. He said putting presidential election first shows there is a secret agenda.

Below are the words of Governor Kwankwaso:

“You see, the bandwagon is not the only issue; the REAL issue is that they want to intimidate people; if you don’t vote for me, I will do this, I will do that. That is what they want to do; we all know the tricks; we have been in the game long before many of them. They want to use intimidation.

“I think it is one of the things that we know. We know the President has been praying to have his election first. He tried that during the last election in 2011 and the National Assembly refused to allow his election to come first; they put it second. The order in 2011 was National Assembly first, presidential, governorship and State House of Assembly elections.

“Now, I don’t know how they influenced INEC to put his election and National Assembly election first and then two weeks after, they do House of Assembly and governorship elections. The presidential election should come last. That has been the correct thing; you deal from the bottom; you don’t start from the air.

“But if you have structure on the ground, at least you have structure. And the way they are going about it, especially going by the utterances of those that are always visiting their dining tables and sitting rooms, I think there may be some agenda.

“If you hear what many people from their side are talking about, it is like they are threatening everybody. And with that, they want to go to the presidential election first, I think that is a big mistake. I think that should be reversed. The National Assembly must look at that.

“You don’t just sit down and put their election because that is what they want. What criteria did they use? How and why are you starting with the presidential election? I think that is giving a lot of concerns about the activities of INEC. People are really concerned and I think INEC people should be concerned also. It is very easy here in Abuja to sit down and take decision and whether you like it or not, you have to take it.

“I don’t think anybody on that side is really serious and believing that they will win elections under free and fair atmosphere. I think it is about INEC, it is about security agencies, intimidation; it is about money.”

Kwankwaso called on the National Assembly to intervene and make sure things happen the normal way!

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