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Zamfara APC dismisses sack of chairman, Danfulani, by Ward EXCO

The Zamfara State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has dismissed the sack of its chairman, Hon. Tukur Umar Danfulani by executives of the Galadima Ward of Gusau LGA.

This was contained in a statement issued by the State Publicity Secretary of the Party, Mallam Yusuf Idris Gusau.

The statement described reports of Danfulani’s sack as untrue.

The statement added, “The party is also aware of this type of antics of some politicians who are planning to destroy the party in their plan to float a new party for the 2027 elections and are trying to create problems in the APC as being done in Kano and many state chapters, we believe their evil plan will fail.

“It should also be noted that even if some members have grudges against the chairman, there are constitutional channels and laid down rules and regulations of addressing such grievances that were not followed and therefore invalidate the suspension.

“Moreso, all the claims raised by the discontented persons are baseless and unfounded, created to destabilise the unity being enjoyed within the party leadership and members at all levels.

“We also wish to draw the attention of newsmen and media organizations against rushing to press without verifying issues of this magnitude with the party headquarters in the state, especially when we have cordial working relationship developed through our open door policy.

“Looking at the papers that contained the purported suspension, it doesn’t have any APC logo or Galadima Ward letterhead paper but an ordinary paper that is used by students of the tertiary institution which clearly demonstrated the dubious act of the suspension.

“Meanwhile, machinery has been set in motion to investigate those behind the purported suspension in order to maintain peace, law and order in the party.”

Zamfara APC dismisses sack of chairman, Danfulani, by Ward EXCO

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