Two days after bail, Mu’azu Magaji meets Shekarau, says struggle continues | Dailytrust

Two days after bail, Mu’azu Magaji meets Shekarau, says struggle continues

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Two days after being granted bail, the embattled Ganduje’s critic, Muazu Magaji, who had been in prison custody for allegedly defaming the governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje, has formally expressed his full loyalty to Senator Ibrahim Shekarau’s G-7 faction of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
In a special visit to the leader of the fractional group at the house of Senator Shekarau, Magaji has met with Sha’aban Sharada, Danzago and many other party loyalists.
However, in a quick press conference at  Shekarau residence on Sunday, Magaji said his loyalty is now fully with the Shekarau APC faction because they mean well for Kano.
“God has brought us from our political journey which in any historical perspective is basically strengthening the idea of struggle. We have been to the court and the judge has bailed us out with a condition bit to comment on the specific of the case.
“We will stay true to that court ruling because we are law-abiding citizens. We are in the home of our leader, Shekarau, the G-7 movement has taken a new dimension which led to possession of the control of the APC in Kano both at the legal and political level.
“We will continue to advocate for the right thing, to tell the truth, and to stand by the truth. What we wi do going forward is to actively strengthen our team based on our win-win Kano ‘sabuwa’ as we came to get the blessing of our leader.
“Our agenda is based on mobilising the young people of Kano and indeed the whole country to create an opportunity for generational leadership change.
“Truly, there’s no sacrifice, no price without sacrifice, no sacrifice is too much when you are out to ensure that the right thing is done.

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