15 APC Chieftains Dump Party In Kaduna Over Internal Crisis
No fewer than fifteen chieftains of the All Progressives Congress in Kaduna State have resigned their membership from the party over lack of internal democracy within the party.
The party chieftains, who left the party on Thursday were: Mallam Audu Bode, Alh. Shuabu Ahmed, Hon. Habila Latu, Boniface Ubandoma, Mr. Yakubu Simon, Jashua Peter, Camio Bitrus, Patrick Paul (Pato), Mr. Samuel Wyah, Zaka Makoshi, Jonathan Fedelix, Barnabas Samuel (Barry), Shua’ibu Yusuf, Alexander Danladi (Lulu), Samuel Ibrahim.
In a letter addressed to his Ward Chairman, the APC Legal Adviser in Jema’a Local Government Area, Hon. Ibrahim Samuel, said, “His decision to dump the party was based on the internal crises of the party, lack of internal democracy and total disrespect."
Similarly, in another press statement signed by Hon. Barnabas Samuel and Hon. Ibrahim Samuel (Oganto) and obtained by newsmen in Kaduna on Thursday, the decampees lamented that the names that emanated during the last party congress were entirely different from the ones brought to be used for the primaries.
The different names, they claimed, were responsible for the present court case between Sen. Uba Sani and Sha’aban.
“Another reason was that the State House of Assembly party primaries has come and gone but certainly not without some avoidable challenges. It is only logical and ideal that after every contest all the aspirants that lost in the contest are brought together for genuine reconciliation with the flag bearer.
“Last month, instead of calling for reconciliation, the party stakeholders of our local government met at Kaduna under the guise of reconciliation, but the meeting turned out issuing warnings and threats to those that lost in the last primaries should any of them be caught in any anti-party activity in the forthcoming election,” they said.