APC is afraid of Kwankwoso’s Kwankwasiyya movement, supporters allege

In yet another case of political intolerance, the president Buhari led federal government has denied former Kano State Governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, the right to use the Eagle Square to declare his presidential bid. Kwankwoso

It was gathered that the government has also denied the former governor access to the Old Parade Ground, another major public arena.
Kwankwaso, who recently defected from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had announced today as the day for the event.Kwankwoso
The announcement was contained in a statement from his presidential campaign committee last Sunday. Kwankwoso
According to a letter signed by the Facility Manager of the Abuja International Conference Centre and Eagles Square, Usman Raji, the government said the decision to deny him the Eagle Square was to avoid disruption of “work flow” at the Federal Secretariat, a major hub of civil servants.
The letter was referenced in a statement by the Kwankwaso Campaign Organisation sent to by PRNigeria, a news agency. Kwankwoso

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The detailed content of the letter, dated August 27, was published by The New Nigerian news media
“We are sorry to inform you that the event can no longer hold on the said date because it is a political event and August 29, 2018, happens to be a work day, as it would disrupt the usual work flow of the federal secretariat. Kwankwoso
“We apologise for the oversight on our part to note the date in relation to the nature of the event. We regret every inconvenience caused by this,” Raji said in the letter.

Kwankwaso, who recently defected from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had announced today as the day for the event.
The announcement was contained in a statement from his presidential campaign committee last Sunday.
According to a letter signed by the Facility Manager of the Abuja International Conference Centre and Eagles Square, Usman Raji, the government said the decision to deny him the Eagle Square was to avoid disruption of “work flow” at the Federal Secretariat, a major hub of civil servants.
The letter was referenced in a statement by the Kwankwaso Campaign Organisation sent to by PRNigeria, a news agency.

The detailed content of the letter, dated August 27, was published by The New Nigerian news media
“We are sorry to inform you that the event can no longer hold on the said date because it is a political event and August 29, 2018, happens to be a work day, as it would disrupt the usual work flow of the federal secretariat.
“We apologise for the oversight on our part to note the date in relation to the nature of the event. We regret every inconvenience caused by this,” Raji said in the letter.

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