Fatimah Ganduje-Ajimobi, the daughter of governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has slammed critics who go about painting the pictures that no one loves her father in the state.
According to Fatimah, the result of the governorship re-run election proved otherwise as her father emerged winner.
The results shows that Ganduje of the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate garnered 1,033,695, while Abba Yusuf of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
polled 1,024,71 votes.
Attacking her critics on Twitter, Fatimah Ganduje-Ajimobi said:
“I am on my lunch break so have a bit of extra time, where are you guys? Some of the red guys
here are at govt house collecting rice,” she said.
“I will respond to you as a single group so pls designate a representative. You guys are like
zombies and I don’t have the time for you all. So pls
get in line as I address your grievances.
“You see the issue is that when the results were inconclusive, you guys were so quick to insult us, we didn’t respond, even the ones playing both sides
showed themselves, yanzu kuma murna ta koma ciki
we can gloat too.
“You cannot insult someone’s mother and think you
will not get a response, I have enough Data and
when it finishes my Idris will add.
“You think it’s on Twitter you win election, our votes
came from the villages because we are villagers.
Dan kauye shine Gwamna.
“The main reason you lost is because Atiku refused
to give you money this time around so unloyal that you cheated him during the presidential elections. Atiku bawan Allah I respect that man!
“During the PDP presidential campaign in Kano, you
hired people from Niger and Chad to deceive Atiku
all to collect his money. Toh wallahi better return his
money. Atiku trusted you but you were too selfish.
Now see yourselves.
“I ignored you during my wedding because myhoneymoon was too sweet so no time for
“Painting the picture that no one in Kano loves Ganduje, Takai of the PRP who had almost a
hundred thousand votes told all his supporters to
vote for us not you. We played our part right and
“Yes we were with Kwankwaso until when he disrespected our late grandmother. Came for her
burial in Ganduje and insulted us, that was when the
line was drawn.”