Ganduje’s son visits Kano anti-graft agency amid ‘corruption’ charges against his dad

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


On Tuesday, Muhuyi Magaji, chair of the anti-graft agency, said the commission is investigating a fresh case where N51 billion was allegedly diverted by the Ganduje administration.


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.


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.

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