Group con­demns Jonathan’s al­le­ga­tions on Gov Kwankwaso

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This con­dem­na­tion is very weak and it holds no wa­ter. The gover­nor did not deny with­hold­ing the LG coun­cils’ funds as dis­closed by Mr. Pres­i­dent. But the gover­nor as­serted that the amount was utilised for de­vel­op­ment of the state, which we have all seen. How­ever, the fact re­mains that is it good to deny the thirdtier of govern­ment of their own al­lo­ca­tion in name of de­vel­op­ment? On the is­sue of bribe, both the Pres­i­dent and the gover­nor are guilty be­cause he who col­lects is as guilty as he who gives. In any case, the amount in­volved is not a bribe but en­ter­tain­ment money for del­e­gates, which was not even utilised for what it was meant. Let the truth be told, please.

Muham­mad Yusif Muham­mad muham­madyusif­muham­ ************************** It is a lit­tle too late be­cause I’ve long ex­pected that re­sponse from NANS. But I am sat­is­fied with their call for INEC to pros­e­cute GEJ for ad­mit­ting to have of­fered bribe to Nige­rian del­e­gates at the PDP pri­maries nearly four years ago.

Has­san Ab­dul­lahi akawama@ya­ ************************** That’s right; the Pres­i­dent said he gave him money to mo­bilise Kano elec­torates. Our pres­i­dent should learn how to take in crit­i­cism; for God’s sake, he’s the Pres­i­dent of this great na­tion. He should not have re­sponded to Gover­nor Kwankwaso... what does he ex­pect to hear from some­body he ac­cused of em­bez­zling his cam­paign funds? He needs good ad­vis­ers. I think he’s a gen­tle­man any­way.

Wale Wale@xavie­

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