APC Governorship aspirant in Kaduna State, Alhaji Bashir Abubakar says election of gubernatorial delegates sham, charade.
Written by News Room on May 21, 2022
An All Progressives Congress (APC), governorship aspirant in Kaduna State, Alhaji Bashir Abubakar, has said there was no gubernatorial delegates election in the state, describing what transpired as a sham and a charade, while calling on the party’s national leadership to intervene immediately.
Abubakar who spoke through the Director General of his governorship campaign organisation, Mr James Bawa Magaji, told journalists in Kaduna that “there was no delegate election last Saturday in all the APC offices in Zone 1 (Kaduna North), Zone 2 (Kaduna Central) and Zone 3 (Kaduna South), respectively as nobody show up.
The former Deputy Governor alleged that a few party officials just sat and signed to say they did consensus without involving all others.
Meanwhile, reacting to the allegation, the state publicity secretary of APC, Salisu Wusono, said, “the State Executive Committee (SEC) and relevant stakeholders agreed unanimously to adopt a consensus pattern which is also in accordance with the party constitution and that was what happened.
Meanwhile, former Presidential aspirant Adamu Garba has attacked the All Progressives Congress (APC), claiming the ruling party is filled with nepotism.
The presidential aspirant under the Young Progressives Congress (YPP) said this during an interview on national television accusing the party of financialising political participation.