APC Frowns At Ganduje’s Suspension Says Action Orchestrated By External Forces

APC National Publicity Secretary, Felix-Morka

The National Publicity Secretary of the ruling All Progressive Congress, Felix Morka has stated that those individuals who instituted the suspension of the embattled National Chairman of the party, Umar Ganduje of the are not members of the party.

Morka who stated this while speaking on AriseNews on Thursday 18 April alleged that the suspension of the former governor of Kano State Umar Ganduje from the party was an external intervention added that there would be consequences for those responsible for the action when the dust settles.

While stating that the suspension of Ganduje would not affect the upcoming electioneering processes in Edo state, the APC Publicity Secretary said that the issues plaquing the party at the national level are different from those in Edo state.

Morka who called on politicians to exercise power with restrain, urged those conspiring to sneer Ganduje in Kano state to employ decency.

Recall that the All Progressives Congress, APC on Wednesday 17th April, said it had dragged Justice Usman Na’abba of the Kano State High Court before the National Judicial Council for making an ex parte order restraining the party’s National Chairman, Abdullahi Ganduje, from further parading himself as the party’s leader.

The restraining order by the judge followed Monday’s suspension of Ganduje by executives of the Ganduje Ward in the Dawakin-Tofa Local Government Area of Kano State.

On Monday, the Legal Adviser of the APC Ganduje Ward, Dawakin-Tofa Local Government Area of Kano State, Haladu Gwanjo, had addressed journalists in Kano, declaring Ganduje suspended.

Gwanjo said the APC ward leadership took the decision in view of the bribery allegations hanging on Ganduje’s neck.

He made reference to the bribery charges, involving  $413,000  and N1.38bn, filed by the Kano State Government against Ganduje before the Kano State High Court.

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