Mahdi Shehu Raises Alarm over Forged Apology to Gov Masari of Katsina
The leader of the Rescue Katsina Urgently Initiative, Alhaji Mahdi Shehu has denied issuing a letter of apology to Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State.
The purported apology in a letterhead is being circulated on social media.
In a statement sent to PRNigeria, Mahdi Shehu said his attention was drawn to the forged letter deliberately designed to mislead the public.
He said: “Ordinarily I had wanted to ignore it, but on second thoughts, I reasoned that there are good people all over Katsina, North and Nigeria who are following the case and were genuinely yearning for good governance and equitable system entrench in our democracy.
“For a start, I swear to Allah I didn’t write such a letter. The Letterhead used was not my company’s letterhead. The signature contained therein was not even my signature.”
“Anybody who interacted with me over this mission knows that I would never descend this low to write this low-less apology, more so we are in court with them.
“Over my dead body would such nuisance called apology attributed to me.
“Those who concocted such aberrations have failed. Their ulterior motives have been exposed with this quack forging of Letterhead and signature.
“I’ve been silent since June due to the ongoing court case and whatever the outcome maybe, I’m resolute to continue championing the rescue mission of emancipating Katsina from the cesspoll of mismanagement.
The Kaduna state based businessman posited that Katsina needs pragmatic, educated and dynamic leader, who would turn both human and natural resources the state has to the zenith of development.
He added that ” it is laughable and at the same time disgusting to even think that a person of my calibre, pedigree and moral rectitude would have initiated this charade with these people, after all, it was not personal, but to rescue our state from its current state.
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Report By: PRNigeria.com