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Saturday, April 18, 2020

Governor Ganduje Sacks Commissioner Who Rejoiced Over Buhari's CSO Abba Kyari's Death

Kano state Governor Abdullahi Ganduje has sacked the state commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Muazu Magaji, for rejoicing over the death of the Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari.







The commissioner had on Saturday morning taken to his Facebook page to express his happiness over the death of the president's chief of staff.

A statement signed by the state's commissioner for Information, Muhammad Garba said the commissioner was removed following his unguarded utterances against late Abba Kyari.

According to him, as a public servant, the commissioner ought to have respected the profanity of the office by refraining from any act capable of rendering the office to disrepute.

48 comments:

  1. Really that's a very stupid thing to do by the commissioner.

    No matter what or how terrible person is we should learn to show empathy atleast.

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    1. Why would they sack him? Mtchew eye service, they know they are happy, why pretend.
      Let people feel however they want to feel abeg, pretending to be sad doesn't make you woke.

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    2. Why wouldn’t he be sacked? @ Push up. He can say whatever he likes privately but as a govt top official, saying that publicly is not only unethical but also very mean to say irrespective of their political differences after all death is no respecter of person

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  2. Why did he sack him?
    The commissioner obviously saw that his principal was happy and wanted to show him that he is happy that he too is happy.
    Politics is about pretense.

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  3. The guy said the raw truth, especially on the aspect of splitting the office.

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    1. No lies in what the man said whatsoever. He made the point that no unelected official should be allowed to wield so much power.

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    2. The truth didn't set him Free

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    3. @Rhoda Rex
      That is not "The Truth" (which is a person -Jesus)
      That was "a truth" -just communication

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    4. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ you can say that again oh @ Rhoda Rex.

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    5. It did. He's just been set free from his office. Lol

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  4. in other words,he should have mourned him publicly and rejoiced in secret wow i see..this is what most of these politicians do

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    1. These are wonderful/bad times in our nationhood. Sigh

      Meanwhile Aunty Kemi has been dishing out hidden truths about the top politicians infected and dying but hiding it away from the public. Na twitter i dey sleep tonight o.

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    2. I think I need to open a Twitter account!

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  5. By the way,Ganduje is in the era of sacking and removing people out of office/position

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  6. Profanity of office ke?

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    1. You saw that too @19:34.
      Profanity of the office, indeed! ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

      According to him, as a public servant, the commissioner ought to have respected the *profanity* of the office....

      This commissioner of information needs to check his dictionary.

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    2. Na grammaxgo keep pesin, afi profanity of office.

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  7. Like he himself knows anything about institutional respect. Where was his respect for the kano emirate? Touts in office.

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  8. Abba Kyari still moving and shaking things from the great beyond ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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    1. That one wey satan dey pack extra firewood to heat up the vip section for am

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    2. You can say that again

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    3. @Obioma. Hahahahaha . my dear you are on point. The kyari nigga is still exerting political influence....From six feet under . kyari just caused a cabinet shakeup .

      On 2 the Next!

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  9. We can all pretend but if a thorn in your farm is cut out of your tomato farm, the farmer gets happy. Why? The Tomatoes can then have more room to grow. Same with human beings. I don’t care much for them folks but seems like he was a thorn in people’s flesh. The Governor should let people grieve however they choose. Nobody got fired when millions rejoiced over Abacha’s death. Gas stations gave out free gas, taxi drivers carried people without charging fares. No one got fired.

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    1. Where did that happen? Free fuel and free ride?.. It’s an assumption

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    2. It’s not an assumption. I saw the petrol stations give out free fuel. I saw taxi drivers carry people without fare. I and my friends went from Rumuola to Town and the drivers told us not to worry. Some restaurants even have our free food.

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  10. And that slapping senator that slapped innocent citizen that time was honoured,what kind of country is this? Let me go on social media and rejoice too,let's see if Buhari will withdraw my Nigerian citizenship so that I won't be able to come to naija again.radarada oshiiiiii rubbish leaders

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  11. Commissioner you should have celebrated off social media, now you have put yourself in trouble.

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  12. Useless people instead of him to reflect on his own life, his busy sacking

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  13. "profanity of the office" bayi?

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  14. Seriously, what was he thinking???? We can do it because we stand to lose nothing but u work in the same organisation as someone and u publicly express your happiness at his death. Really what did he think would happen??? Except he was ready for the sack tho

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  15. I wonder why he was celebrating, knowing fully well that No man born of woman is immuned to death. The baba has lived this longer,can he beat his chest that he would attain such age. It's a pity that deceased had the last laugh.

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  16. The sack is commendable. Public servants should be above certain sentiments, no matter what.

    A navy captain in the US was sacked because he copied TOO many people in an email he sent to his superiors, warning that many of his crew members could have contracted Covid-19. He was expected to show restraint and not be loquacious about it.

    Even in private settings, if your strongest competitor dies, and you rejoiced publicly, your oga can sack you, because such can bring disrepute to your organization.

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  17. He was wrong to have rejoice over the dead of the chief of staff

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  18. Touts in offices! No decorum, tactless! Tufiakwa

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