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Kano APC ward executives deny suspension of national chairman Abdullahi Ganduje

The chairman said those purported to have announced the suspension were not members of the party.

• April 15, 2024
Abdullahi Ganduje
Abdullahi Ganduje

The Ganduje ward executives of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Kano state have denied the reported suspension of APC national chairman Abdullahi Ganduje.

The ward executives made the denial while briefing journalists at the APC State Secretariat on Monday in Kano.

According to the ward chairman, Ahmad Ganduje, those purported to have announced the suspension were not members of the party.

He said they were solemnly behind the APC national chairman and had confidence in his style of leadership.

The ward chairman added that they had passed a vote of confidence on Mr Ganduje and urged all party members in the ward and across the state to remain calm and law-abiding.

In his remarks, the APC chairman, Dawakin Tofa Local Government Area, Inusa Dawanau, said the party will take legal action against those the “impersonators” who announced Ganduje’s suspension.

Haladu Gwanjo, who claimed to be the legal adviser of APC in Mr Ganduje’s ward, had earlier announced the purported suspension of the party’s national chairman.

Mr Gwanjo, who cited alleged corruption and other vices as reasons for the suspension, said that the decision was taken by nine executive members of the party in Ganduje ward.


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