PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari yesterday said that he was compelled by the constitution not to mediate in the ongoing issue between Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State and the Emir of Kano, Mohammadu Sanusi 11.
Be that as it may, the President likewise said that he vowed to maintain the harmony and security of the citizens of Nigeria and that where the individuals right are not undermined, he will utilize his established forces. Talking when he got the senator and recently chose administrators on the foundation of the All Progressives Congress, APC, from Kano State, President Buhari guaranteed that the partition of forces between the Federal Government and the states, in any case, he has enough grounds in the constitution to guarantee that the security of Nigerians isn’t undermined. In his comments on the debate between the Emir of Kano, His Royal Highness, Muhammadu Sanusi II and the Governor of the state, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, the President stated: “I know my job as the President of Nigeria. By the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the Governor of Kano State has his own jobs, when an issue is in the hands of the House of Assembly (like in Kano),
the President has no established right to meddle. “I am here by the constitution, I depended on it, and I am going to remain by it. Yet, let me disclose to you the main concern of my comprehension of the protected job is that harmony and security of all Nigerians must be ensured, where the individuals are compromised, at that point I will utilize my established forces.” as per the announcement marked by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, exhorted the chosen authorities to satisfy the guarantees they made to their constituents to legitimize the certainty rested in them. He stated, “I trust you are aware of your vows to your supporters. You went around and you guaranteed your voting public. I trust the guarantees you made are inside the assets of your State. On the off chance that you made guarantees outside your assets, it will be your concern since you are going to stand again in four years’ time. This is significant and it is significant for our gathering.” Governor Umar Ganduje who drove the assignment expressed gratitude toward the President for Federal Government extends in the State including the Kano – Abuja street recreation; the cutting edge railroad from Kaduna to Kano, and from Kano to Niger Republic; the gas pipeline from Ajaokuta to Kaduna and from Kaduna to Kano; dualization of Kano – Katsina parkway; just as the development and preparing of new terminal wing of the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport. He additionally advised the President of the endeavors of his administration to improve life for Kano residents particularly as far as security and instruction. He said “We have done a great deal in the region of security, in any event, introducing CCTV cameras in dark spots and every single significant course into Kano state. We likewise have a multi-reason vehicle for observing, which has helped in capturing criminals and Boko Haram psychological oppressors. We have additionally settled a military preparing zone.” He said the State has likewise shortened herders/ranchers conflicts by building up settlements. On the upsetting wonder of out-of-younger students, the representative stated, “We used to have over one million out-of-s children in school but now we are down to about 400,000 on account of the new education policy which now makes schooling free and mandatory from zero levels to secondary school, complemented with free feeding, free uniforms, and free instructional materials.” He said his government had also recruited 600 teachers to teach mathematics and English as well as 3,000 teachers for Almajiri schools that will be incorporated into the normal school system. The governor also requested for Federal Government intervention in the completion of the Kano River Irrigation scheme; the establishment of a Federal Medical Centre; and working on the 24 dams in the State.