I wish to refer to your publication of August 19, 2021, in which you reported that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has sealed off Kwankwaso’s property in Kano.
It said the property was sealed as a result of a petition sent to the commission by some members of the family of Samaila Gwarzo, a former national security adviser.
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The petitioners alleged that the property was sold to Sen.Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso and that the money was not remitted to Samaila Gwarzo’s family.
The petitioners alleged that one Hon. Abdullahi Muazu Baban Gandu was given the money for the property. This is not true.
The truth of the matter is that the said transaction was carried out between Sen. Kwankwaso and Samaila Gwarzo and Kwankwaso remitted the money directly to Gwarzo’s account.
I just acted as a witness in the transaction along with the eldest son of Samaila Gwarzo. I want to assure that I did not received a single kobo from anyone in the said transaction.
Hon. Abdullahi Muazu Baban Gandu lives in Kano