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2023: Why I Withdrew From Kebbi Governorship Race — Malami

The Minister of Justice and attorney-general of the federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami has revealed why he withdrew from the Kebbi Governorship race.

Gatekeepers News reports that this was disclosed in a statement by Malami’s Spokesman,Umar Gwandu.

He said Malami’s withdrawal from the Kebbi state governorship race is an act of patriotism.

Gwandu added that Malami’s decision is a demonstration of “contentment, self-control, placidity and decisiveness”.

He said, “Attorney-general of the federation and minister of justice, Abubakar Malami has not resigned.

“He withdrew right ambition to contest for the 2023 Kebbi state gubernatorial elections.

“Malami has the right to choose to voluntarily shelve his gubernatorial ambition. It is a matter of personal conviction and individual right which didn’t violate any law.

“Right thinking members of the society accord respect to individual’s right to freedom of choice in matters relating to his.

“As individual Nigerian citizens with inalienable fundamental rights, we are not aware of any legally justifiable and reasonable tenable obligations compelling the person of Abubakar Malami, SAN or as an attorney-general of the federation to do otherwise.

“The decision is not only a demonstration of altruism and patriotism but of contentment, self-control, placidity and decisiveness in problem-solving at a time shrouded with confusing and competing stimulus. It is a commendable posture worthy admiration coming from a paragon of virtue.”

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