The founder of kwankwasiyya organization, also the former eight years 8 served governor Kano and the recent past senator who represented Kano Central senatorial District, Dr. Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso has given an explanatory addendum on the sole purpose why he couldn’t divulge corrupt cases in Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, when he served in the commission in 2010.
The former governor said that the rife corrupt cases in the commission’s board were the vehement reasons behind his resignation in 2010, as well as in many government agencies in the country.
Kwankwaso stated this in an interview he had with BBC Hausa on Sunday, putting the blame on the leadership of all the agencies for the corrupt practices.
Asking him why he didn’t unearth the corrupt practices while in office, he said ” there were unprocedented corrupt practices, I didn’t want to take part in it.
“It is all due to greed and desperate moves by government officials to accumulate wealth”
“I hate corruption”
” Many a times people who sabotage economy through stealing, and nothing is done to them and they end up being (in) with the government”
“All these are happening because the leaders are not vigilant enough” he said.