Kano State governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has reneged on his threats to probe the administration of his predecessor, Rabi’u Kwankwaso.
It would be recalled that Ganduje had earlier threatened to probe his estranged predecessor, Kwankwaso, after the former received threat messages from the Kwankwasiyya Solidarity Forum to discontinue the use of his red cap.
The lingering political tussle between the one-time close friends was rekindled some months back after the state-owned Kano Radio station suspended two of its staff, Alhaji Habibu and Musa Gwangwazo, for airing a song that allegedly praised Kwankwaso.
Ganduje, during an interactive session with newsmen in Sokoto on Saturday, however, retracted the probe threat, noting that his administration is committed to taking Kano state forward.
“Though there are so much issues of probe across most of the states and the country, but in Kano State, I will not probe the past administration,” Ganduje said
“We are only committed to ensuring that all government’s uncompleted projects and programmes left by the past administration are put into use for the benefits of our state.
“Moreover, we will ensure completion of all projects that are due and genuine as well as initiate more in such direction for the overall development of the society,” he added.