Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of Kano state, says he will not probe the administration of Rabi’u Kwankwaso, his predecessor.
Ganduje was Kwankwaso’s deputy for eight years, but both men fell out during the end of the last administration.
Addressing journalists in Sokoto on Saturday, Ganduje said he was focused on completing the projects he inherited.
“Though there are ongoing issues of probe in most of the states and the country, in Kano state, I will not probe the past administration,” he said.
“We are only committed to ensuring that all government’s uncompleted projects and programmes left by the past administration are put into use for the benefits of our state.
“Moreover, we will ensure completion of all projects that are due and genuine as well as initiate more in such direction for the overall development of the society.”
He also said the retreat in Sokoto was aimed at discussing issues relating to the party as an institution.
“This is to change the usual tradition of party administration in Nigeria, as once election has held, usually, political parties go into hiding and become inactive,” he said.
“So, we are all here in Sokoto in order to deliberate on how we can strengthen our party in Kano state and address the demands of the masses.”