Apc Suspends Chairman In Kano, Names Substantive
BEVERLY HILLS, March 20, (THEWILL) – The All Progressive Congress (APC) has suspended the party Chairman in the state, Umar Haruna Doguwa and the Organizing Secretary, Sanusi Suraju Kwankwaso over allegations of misconduct and anti-party activities.
Alhaji Abdullahi Abbas Sanusi, a former Commissioner of Environment and currently Special Adviser to Governor Ganduje on Political Affairs has also been appointed as the Acting Chairman following the face-off between Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje and Senator Rabi'u Musa Kwankwaso.
Umar Haruna Doguwa
In a press briefing at the Maiduguri Road headquarters of state chapter of the party, the Secretary, Abbas Sani Abbas, revealed that a seven-man Committee has already been constituted to investigate the activities of the duo.
The Committee, to be chaired by Alhaji Haruna Ahmadu Danzago and Secretary, Alhaji Nuraddeen Zubair, were given one week to investigate and submit their findings and as well recommend appropriate action against Doguwa and Kwankwaso.
He declared that the action was taken “having received complaints and petitions from card-carrying members of our great party, the APC, about the case of misconduct and abuse of office by the state party chairman, Haruna Umar Doguwa and the state Organizing Secretary, Sanusi Suraju Kwankwaso of which the former, after issuing out a press conference duly agreed upon by the party Working Committee and Elders Committee respectively, and he later betrayed the trust by making a unilateral statement that refuted the party's position on the subject matter.
“In the same respect, the Organizing Secretary made various radio programmes which are injurious to the party, without seeking the permission of the party. Based on the above action, we therefore, suspend the party chairman, Haruna Umar and the Organizing Secretary, Sanusi Suraju Kwankwaso, from their various position and we hereby constitute a seven-disciplinary committee which was set up to investigate the matter and take proper disciplinary measure and we urge them to discharge their duty without hindrance.”
Story by David Oputah