FCT Minister’s N25 Million Bounty Tears Nasarawa PDP Apart; Ewuga/Agabi Fingered By Rabiu Omaku, Lafia

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All is not well within the house of the Nasarawa State, Peoples Democratic Party, as gathered by universalreporters247.com the party is said to be enmeshed in a crisis over the N25million scandal which currently rocking to tear the apart.
This medium gathered the N25m was given to the party by the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Bala Mohammed to the Nasarawa state chapter of the People’s Democratic Party  all in a bid to boost the party, however universalreporters247.com gathered that the bubble burst out when it was discovered that the Director General Yusu Agabi Campaign Organisation, Solomon Ewuga and the Governorship candidate of the party, Yusuf Agabi it was alleged that they diverted the donation by FCT Minister to their own personal use, a scenario which is threatening peace  of the party.
Impeccable source revealed that aggrieved party executive summoned the gubernatorial candidate, Yusuf Mohammed Agabi and Senator, Solomon Ewuga to give vivid account of the money dole out to the party for campaign, but it was further gathered that the two requested for a shift of date to Thursday for them to explain the whereabouts the money.
When contacted on phone, the Director General Yusuf Agabi Campaign Organisation, Solomon Ewuga said that the alleged N25m in question belongs to them and not the party.
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“Swindle what belong to us, who are you, don’t get yourself into unnecessary anxiety,” Ewuga replied in a text message.
Also when contacted the Public Relation Officer of the party, Yohana Neto debunked the assertion; saying he don’t know anything about it.
 “I’m just hearing this for the first time, said the spokesman of the People’s Democratic Party”.

It is no longer news that the state chapter of the party has been grappling with grim situation after the primary election on how to finance the yet to be kick-off governorship campaign rally after the flag-off in Keffi last  weekend.

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