The Presidential Candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party and former Governor of Kano State, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has told political office holders in the habit of stealing public fund to desist from the practice.
Kwankwaso urged this on Thursday in Minna at the inaugural lecture of the Niger State Governor-elect, Mohammed Bago in his capacity as chairman of the occasion.
The former governor said politicians stealing public fund should mend their ways as the consequence of the practice is regret on leaving office.
According to him, “Money is not everything the intention should be basically to improve the lives of the needy and downtrodden.
“If you like to sell houses, public buildings, sell churches or mosques to your friends and family, after you leave office, you will regret it.”