Why Kwankwaso Was Denied Permission To Use Eagle Square After Paying N2.2M

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In the letter signed by Usman Mukhtar Raji, and dated August 27, the management explained that they canceled the prior approval because the political event would disrupt the usual workflow of the Federal Secretariat.
The letter read, “We are sorry to inform you that the event can no longer hold on the said date because it is a political event and the 29th of August, 2018 happens to be a work day, as it would disrupt the usual workflow of the Federal Secretariat.
“We apologize for the oversight on our part to note the date in relation to the nature of the event. We regret every inconvenience caused by this.”
The reason for the cancellation has been ridiculed by a lot of Nigerians as similar political events have taken place at the same venue during work days. Most notably, while still only a candidate of the opposition party, President Muhammadu Buhari officially declared his intention to contest the 2015 presidential election at the same venue on October 14, 2014, a work day.
Due to the cancellation of the permission to use the Eagle Square, Kwankwaso moved his declaration rally to Chida Hotel in Utako, Abuja.
He’ll join a growing list of aspirants hoping to win the presidential ticket of the PDP and will battle former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, Gombe State governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, and former governors, Sule Lamido, Attahiru Bafarawa, Jonah Jang as well as a potential rival in current Senate President, Bukola Saraki.
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