Ganduje lambaste critics, says they are primitive

Written by on December 23, 2020

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano state has described critics of his administration’s handling of some public properties, including the Triumph building, Daula Hotel in the state as primitive with vague understanding for politicizing the move saying they can’t see beyond their noses.

He made the statement while on an inspection tour of the Multi-Billion Naira Kano Economic City, sited at Dangwauro area along Zaria road, a few kilometres away from the metropolis, Tuesday evening

While trying to clarify the public-oriented intent of Kano state government Ganduje explained that the Triumph Newspapers building, popularly known as Gidan Sa’adu Zungur was not just sold out but converted into a modern Foreign Exchange market formally cited at WAPA near Fagge in part of the metropolis.

“For those critics who don’t even understand the practice of modern journalism, that does not require such a big building for the production of newspapers, we are turning the building into modern Foreign Exchange market.

“Those marketers of WAPA Bureau-De-Change market would be relocated to the building, of which hundreds of our marketers will benefit immensely from this development” the Governor stated.

He further described hos critics as having the inability to understand modern-day newspaper ownership, control, management, production and marketing while he urged them to always understand an issue before delving into it.

Credit: vanguardngr.


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