Kwankwaso, Gan­duje fac­tions dis­agree on peace terms

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Iurge youths to be wise. Kwamk­waso and Gan­duje are politi­cians; they will set­tle their dif­fer­ences. Youths should not al­low them­selves to be used.

Nasir Shuaibu

Se­na­tor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso is our po­lit­i­cal men­tor in Kano. Dur­ing his term as gov­er­nor, he did ev­ery­thing pos­si­ble to im­prove the liv­ing stan­dard of youths.

Bashir Mah­mood Madara

What is wrong with our youths? Why don’t they seek po­lit­i­cal of­fices in­stead of al­low­ing them­selves to be used by politi­cians? They should vie for of­fices and con­trib­ute their quota to the growth of the coun­try.

Shafi’u Bala

I urge Se­na­tor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso to re­main calm al­ways. He should not al­low any provo­ca­tion to push him into do­ing any­thing that will de­stroy his rep­u­ta­tion.

Zahra Hamma

I urge the Kwankwasiya group to sheath their swords and al­low Gov­er­nor Gan­duje to per­form his du­ties. If they are no longer happy with him; they should re­move him in 2019.

Us­man Mo­hammed

I pray God brings some­one who is not re­lated to any of the two, to con­test the 2019 gov­er­nor­ship elec­tion. I be­lieve that if a neu­tral per­son comes on board, the problem will be solved.

Ab­dul­salam Abubakar

The two peo­ple in­volved should con­sider their past re­la­tion­ship and make peace. They should for­give one an­other and move on. They should be mind­ful of the fact that those urg­ing them on are do­ing it for their own per­sonal ben­e­fits.

Seidu Kadiri

Peace is needed for devel­op­ment. So those be­hind this problem should have a re-think.

Aminu Aliyu Bala

The is­sue be­tween Kwankaso and Gan­duje should be re­solved in the in­ter­est of Kano peo­ple.

Amode Mo­hammed Youths should stop at­tack­ing one an­other be­cause of politi­cians

Ka­didi Moses

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