Kwankwaso denied access to Eagle Square for presidential declaration


Former Kano state governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has reportedly been refused access to Abuja’s Eagle Square.
The former governor had proposed to use the venue to declare his presidential bid. Facility manager of the Abuja International Conference Centre & Eagles Square, Usman Raji said the decision to deny him the Eagle Square was to avoid disruption of “work flow” at the federal secretariat, Neptune Prime gathers.
The letter in which the former governor was denied access to the venue was referenced in a statement made available by the Kwankwaso Campaign Organisation.
“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 work flow of the federal secretariat.
“We apologise 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.” Raji was quoted to have said in the letter.


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