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The Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has revealed that he would accept defeat and congratulate the winner of the election if he loses at the polls.
Speaking in Kano after signing the Peace Accord for the second time which was organized by the state election peace committee, the Kano governor explained that he would congratulate the winner without delay because it’s the will of God.
The governor stated that leadership was destiny from God, hence the need to accept the outcome.
He said: “Yes, I am willing to accept the result because that is the will of God and I always believe in the will of God.
“Any person that wins, it is the will of God and I am willing to call and congratulate him.”
Also speaking, the co-chairman of the Peace Accord Committee, the Catholic bishop of Kano Diocese, Rev. Dr John Namaza Niyiring, lamented over some political crisis recorded after signing of the first Peace Accord.
“Since the signing of the first peace accord, the committee has observed some serious concern on the peace of Kano state, particularly putting into consideration the unhealthy political happenings in the state during some political rallies at Dawakin Tofa and other places,” he said.