APC Suspends Dutse Assembly Member
Umar Akilu Majeri
The All Progressives Congress (APC) of the Kachi Ward in Dutse local govt has suspended Alhaji Musa Sule, a member of the state house of assembly from the party for six months.
Making the declaration, the Chairman of the Kachi ward of the APC Alhaji Musa Ali in a statement he signed with his secretary, Adamu Garba Mazari, and issued to the press stated that the member has been suspended with immediate effect.
According to the statement, the member was suspended due to reasons of disobedience to party officials, sideline the party executives and other members in the activities of the party.
It also accused the suspended member of brigandage by directing his supporters to challenge the leadership of the party through the flagrant abuse of social media.
The suspension is coming on the heels of a reconciliation move by the state APC to appease all disgruntled members ahead of the 2023 elections.
On his part, the embattled state assembly member Alhaji Musa Sule told our reporter that the party’s decision was borne out of frustration from being exposed to their corrupt leadership.
Alhaji Musa Sule said, “within this Ramadan period senator representing Jigawa central Alhaji Sabo Nakudu gave them a huge amount of money to be shared amongst party members which they siphoned”, he alleged.
He alleged that, “the state governor also gave them money, which never shared to party members which was why I refused to also give them mine for the fact that they may defraud other members”, he stated.
“They’re angry with me for this decision and I will not recant on my position”, he said.