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Many heads may role in Kano state civil service should the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Abba Kabir Yususf win the 23 March supplementary election in the state.


A source close the PDP leader in the state, Senator Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso revealed to our Reporter that already, plans has been concluded by the party leadership in Kano to relieve all workers employed by Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje’s administration of their duties.


According to the source, the former Defense Minister has directed his son in-law Abba Kabir Yusuf to ensure the sacking of the workers.


“In fact, that is one of the first line of actions he is going to take immediately he is sworn in as the Governor of the state,” the Source added.


The source further hinted that recently, Kwankwaso’, Abba Kabir Yusuf, and his running-mate, Comrade

Aminu Abdulsalam, recently held a meeting at Kwankwaso’s Bompai residence where the decision was finalized.


According to the Source, “they already believe that they have won the election, and that is why they have decided to plot the sack of the civil servants so as to replace them with their own people.


“In fact, on the when the party believed that they had won the election before INEC declared the election inconclus, Kwankwaso declared war on people he tagged betrayals, particularly, workers employed by Ganduje.”


Workers allegedly to be sacked include, Kano Internal Revenue Service about 765, Sanitation Vanguard 1000, Science and Technology Board, 125 Kano state Revenue Transport Agency, (KAROTA), 1575 Teachers employed under SUBEB, 1196 Medical officers, 191 Lecturers, 618 Nurses, 300 primary health workers, 289 other teaching staff.


Others include 3,781 State Assembly staff, 30 State Emergency Board staff, 114 staff in the Ministry of Justice , 30 staff of Radio Kano, 7 ARTV staff, 6

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He added that, “so many top politicians in the state who Kwankwaso felt betrayed him, were equally pencilled down to be severely dealt with. As I speak to you, Oga has pencilled down the names of so many people he perceived betrayed him.”