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Kano PDP Rejects Dissolution Of State Exco



The Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) stakeholders in Kano State on Monday rejected the dissolution of the executive of the party.

Engr Sarki Labaran said the action of the national headquarters of the party is illegal and cannot stand.

He made this known while speaking to party members at the state secretariat along Maiduguri road on behalf of gubernatorial aspirants.

The other aspirants are Malam Salihu Sagir Takai and Sadik Aminu Wali.

Labaran also accused the former governor of Kano state Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso of causing the causing disaffection in the once peaceful party since he joined the party through the manner with which he conducted himself.

The former Commissioner during the tenure of Malam Ibrahim Shekarau stated that national body contradicted itself by the dissolution, noting that since the state executive elected members of the National Working Committee , the NWC should also be dissolved.

The State Deputy Chairman of the party, Alhaji Ibrahim KT who equally spoke at the solidarity rally, also frowned at the sudden dissolution, saying “we are not in support of such dissolution. We are in support of the Masaud El-jibrin Doguwa led leadership of the party in the state.”

“We cannot allow somebody to come and hijack the party in which we suffered to build and we will not agree for the dissolution of the 484 wards”.

Meanwhile, the State Chairman of the party Doguwa in an interview said that he remains the chairman as he has not been informed of the said dissolution.

“Nobody has the power to unilaterally dissolve our exco, this cannot stand and will never stand, because its unconstitutional”

On the court order restraining the national headquarters of the party from dissolving the state exco, Doguwa said “the court action wasn’t instituted by my exco, some loyal party members whom I’m in support of approached the court.”

Source: Naija News

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