Ted Odogwu, Kano
Just 24 hours after the dramatic removal of the president of Kano State, Yusuf Ata, by the members of the State Assembly Chamber, the State Deputy Governor, Prof. Hafiz Abubakar has submitted an application to the police and the State Department of Services, alleging a threat to his life.
The lieutenant governor expressed his concern that the next one could be dismissed.
He was like the vice president of the Gabasawa Local Government Area of Kano state, Hassan Gabasawa, on Monday night he confirmed that he had left the Congress of all the progressives for the People's Democratic Party.
Gabasawa also announced that he had resigned his position as Vice President of the Local Government, explaining that the action was to allow him to fully launch his tent with Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, who recently defected from the APC to the PDP.
State Deputy Governor Abubakar, in his petition addressed to the Police Commissioner in the State of Kano, Rabiu Yusuf and the State Director of DSS requested the deployment of more security agents around him.
Abubakar accused the state government of sponsoring youth from the 44 areas of local government to protest against his tenure. and force him out.
When contacted, the spokesman for the Kano state police, SP Magaji Musa Majiya, confirmed the receipt of Abubakar's letter and added that security had been reinforced for the lieutenant governor, both at home and in his house. office.  Abubakar disagreed with Governor Abdullahi Ganduje over the political impasse between Ganduje and his predecessor, Kwankwaso.
For his part, the dismissed president, Atah, said on Tuesday that, although the accusations against him were far from the truth, he had accepted their removal in good faith.
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