The Adamawa State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is going through contemporary inner wrangling because the Yola-South native authorities secretariat of the occasion yesterday suspended the occasion’s governorship candidate, Senator Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed, for six months. The letter made accessible to LEADERSHIP cited her failure to seem earlier than the disciplinary committee to reply questions on some allegations levelled towards her.
Confusion began when the secretariat of the occasion congratulated Binani over her victory on the Enchantment Courtroom, however withdrew the identical letter two days after and subsequently suspended her in one other letter.
Two letters had been issued to that impact yesterday and the primary was copied to the stakeholders and all these involved whereas the second letter was signed by 21 govt members of the occasion from numerous wards in Yola, saying the suspension took impact from yesterday.
In accordance with the assertion, the occasion within the native authorities obtained and reviewed a petition towards Sen. Binani from a member of the occasion from Bako ward, Auwal Hamma Adama Bawuro, accusing her of inflicting disunity amongst occasion members.
It mentioned the suspension adopted a decision of the native authorities committee of Yola South over her failure to seem earlier than the committee to defend herself.
Talking with newsmen in Yola, APC chairman Yola South native authorities space Alhaji Ahmed Mohammed Mbamoi who confirmed the suspension, appealed to state executives of the occasion to think about the suspension in order to function deterent to others.
When contacted, the state publicity of the occasion, Mohammed Abdullahi, mentioned the structure of the occasion didn’t give native authorities occasion exco energy to droop a member of the occasion, besides at phrase degree.
Abdullahi mentioned the choice was an train in futility, null and void and of no impact in anyway.
He insisted that Binani stays occasion’s governorship candidate and hopeful of wining the election.