Police invite Ganduje’s ex-aide who celebrated Abba Kyari’s death in 2020
Muazu Magaji, the former commissioner of works and infrastructure in Kano State, has been summoned for questioning by the Kano State Police Command.
In a series of Facebook posts, Mr Magaji stated that he had been invited by the police.
“After failing to shut down my Facebook page, Kano State Government have resorted to intimidation using state police apparatus.
“Moment ago, I have officially been invited to the police SIB political unit, Kano on charges I am waiting to hear,” he said.
Magaji was removed from his position as commissioner by Governor Abdullahi Ganduje for allegedly celebrating the death of President Muhammadu Buhari’s former chief of staff Abba Kyari in 2020.
He was later appointed executive chairman, state NNPC/AKK gas pipeline project, and gas industrialisation committee, but was sacked again due to what the government termed poor performance and insubordination.
Spokesman of the Command Abdullahi Haruna told Vanguard the former commissioner was invited following a criminal complaint filed against him.
“The complainant filed criminal charges against him and the court directed the police to investigate.
“He is expected at the police headquarters Bompai tomorrow, Tuesday,” he said.
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