Ganduje’s son visits Kano anti-graft agency over dad’s fresh N51bn case

Abdulazeez Ganduje


Abdulazeez Ganduje, son of Abdullahi Ganduje, national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), visited the Kano state anti-corruption and public complaints commission.

The anti-graft agency’s, chairman, Muhuyi Magaji, had on Tuesday said the commission is investigating a fresh case where N51 billion allegedly diverted by the Ganduje administration.

Revealing this in a Kano on Thursday, the commission had earlier filed criminal charges against the former governor over an alleged $413,000 and N1.38 billion bribe.

The commission said it had assembled 15 witnesses to testify against Ganduje.

Abdulazeez, who is the first son of Ganduje, reportedly visited the anti-graft agency to show support for the commission’s case against his dad, mum and brother.

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In 2021, Abdulazeez dragged Hafsat Ganduje, his mother, to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over a bribery and land fraud case.

Ganduje was suspended from the APC by his ward over corruption allegations, with a Kano court upholding the suspension on Wednesday, but that was later invalidated by Federal High Court Order on Thursday.

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