His call came against the backdrop of the reported meeting between Tinubu and Kwankwaso in Paris, France.
He warned that any political alliance between Tinubu and Kwankwaso would not augur well for the President-elect and the All Progressives Congress.
“We are making this statement because reports reaching us indicate that Tinubu had met with Kwankwaso in Paris, France, preparatory to allegedly bring him into the APC, and even give him and his followers some ministerial and other appointments.
According to Commander, the President-elect does not need Kwankwaso in the APC as there are notable stalwarts of the party in Kano and other parts of the North that would competently promote his interest and that of the party in the region.
“As members of the APC in Kano State and the North, we worked hard to ensure the victory of the APC and Bola Tinubu in the last general elections and we remain committed and competent enough to continue to ensure the success of the party in future polls.
“Bringing someone like Kwankwaso into the party, therefore, will amount to a slight on us, because we will feel like our efforts are not being appreciated.
“We, therefore, advise the President-elect to stop forthwith, any efforts to associate with Kwankwaso either for the purpose of giving him appointments or bringing him into the APC, or both, in the interest of the party”