Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje has allegedly rejected a newly-built 60-bed capacity hospital donated by fomer governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, to be used as isolation center for coronavirus patients in the state.
Kwankwaso had Monday, April 20, 2020, announced that he was donating the hospital, named Amana Hospital and located at Miller Road, Bompai to the Kano government.
However, the former Senator’s movement, Kwankwasiyya Foundation, in a statement via Twitter on Friday, alleged that Governor Ganduje has not accepted the donation and yet to acknowledge the gesture.
The movement added that Mr Ganduje was playing politics with the lives of Kano people by refusing to take the donation.
“Millions of lives are at stake but Ganduje is playing politics with the donation of the hospital by Kwankwasiyya Foundation.
“Gov. Ganduje refused to take a donation of a hospital as an isolation center from Kwankwaso in order to save lives in Kano because of a mere political grudge,” the foundation wrote.