By Samuel Ogundipe
Kano State Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso on Sunday night led some Arewa leaders in Lagos to the residence of former Lagos State governor and All Progressives Congress National Leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.
At Tinubu’s residence, Kwankwaso lashed out at Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose, saying he is disrespectful of elders.
“I have this belief that in this part of the country are people who are positively cultured, very respectful people, beginning from Awolowo (late Chief Obafemi), Soyinka (Prof. Wole), Obasanjo (former president Olusegun), M.K.O. Abiola, Tinubu, etc.
“But each time I listen to this young man, this governor in Ekiti, I feel embarrassed as a governor and feel bad for Yoruba people,” Kwankwaso said.
“This young man, I used to know him even though I was not close to him even though I was governor long before he became governor. Many things are wrong with his mouth. Those of us who are governors are his seniors and we feel that in this business, seniority matters,” he added.
Tinubu commended the Kano governor and Arewa leaders for their visit, saying “wherever you do business and live is your home”
He, however, enjoined to go and get their PVCs and vote for change, the campaign slogan of the APC.
“We will win, we have already won. All you need to do is to go there and vote,” the APC National Leader said.