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The Kaduna State Chapter of the APC on Wednesday reacted to the controversies surrounding Governor, Nasir El-Rufai’s anti-godfather remark in Lagos State.

The state chapter of the ruling party made it clear that the governor did not hip insults on the APC National Leader, Bola Tinubu in anyway by his anti-godfather remark.

During the weekend in Lagos State, El-Rufai stated that he would teach people how to put a stop to the reign of godfatherism in the state.

However the Kaduna State Chapter of the APC stated that Governor El-Rufai’s remark was only a call on registered voters to come out and vote during elections.

In a statement which was issued by Salisu Tanko Wusono, the Assistant Publicity Secretary, the state chapter of the party stated: “While some meanings have been read into what El-Rufai stated, it is very imperative for us in the Kaduna State Chapter of the APC to set the records straight, which also the Lagos State Chapter of the APC has also reacted negatively.

“We are of the opinion that what the governor said was just a calm advice that all hands should be on deck to ensure that every registered voters in Nigeria are encouraged to come out to vote on election days.

“Having found out from our interactions with many stakeholders, we discovered that Malam Nasir Ahmad El-rufa’i did not insult Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu or anybody for that matter at the occasion rather the Kaduna state Governor was only encouraging all registered voters to vote at every election so as to downplay the role of godfatherism in Nigeria politics just as it were in the recently concluded general elections where many political godfathers were sent out of business by Malam Nasir Ahmed El- rufa’I and All Progressives Congress (APC) Kaduna State Chapter”

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