R-APC: Niger APC gives ultimatum to Senator Umaru, Rep Lado answer query on membership

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File: The ill-fated political gang-up of 42 parties led by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), during their CUPP MoU to unseat President Muhammadu Buhari. Signing his own part of the MoU, as shown in this photo, is National Chairman of PDP, Uche Secondus, while others awaited their turns.

*Buba Galadima blasted for listing Niger among trouble states

*Describes information as misleading, untrue

 

The Bukola Saraki-led R-APC suffered a big blow recently as some of National Assembly members of the rebel group, which Monday collapsed with 41 other political parties and groups to form CUPP as coalition of People’s Democratic Party (PDP), are now being called by their constituents to explain how their names made the membership list of the rebellion.

The DEFENDER recently reported how Yobe State constituents of the purported chairman of the rebel group, Buba Galadima, were asking Nigerians to advise the former secretary of CPC to come home for medical examinations for being on the vanguard of the rebellious R-APC.

The latest development is coming on the heels of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Niger State which has given Senator David Umaru and Rep Abubakar Lado Suleja a one-week ultimatum to explain how their names made the membership list of the R-APC or face sanctions.

The state Chairman and Secretary of the APC, Eng. Mohammed Jibril Imam and Barrister Mohammed Liman, respectively, who spoke to journalists after the meeting of the state executives with Local Government chairmen and secretaries of the party, noted that some critical stakeholders including Senator Umaru and Lado were fingered as belonging to the breakaway group.

They also lambasted Engr. Buba Galadima, the R-APC national chairman for listing Niger among states that held parallel congresses, describing the information as misleading and untrue.

“There is no division in APC in Niger State; we are solid and indivisible; rAPC has no position in APC in Niger State,” they said.

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