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Group Tackles Marafa Over APC Parallel Faction

The Zamfara Political Monitoring Coalition (ZPMC) has berated Senator Kabiru Marafa over the formation of another faction from the All Progressives Congress (APC). Marafa, who…

The Zamfara Political Monitoring Coalition (ZPMC) has berated Senator Kabiru Marafa over the formation of another faction from the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Marafa, who represented the Zamfara Central Senatorial District in the 7th and 8th National Assembly, said he and his group decided to form their own faction in protest to their exclusion in the affairs of the party in Zamfara State.

The APC chieftain while addressing newsmen in Kaduna on Sunday, shortly after the breakout session of a meeting with hundreds of his supporters from Zamfara, insisted that there have been two factions in APC running simultaneously since the Matawalle era.

Reacting, ZPMC, led by its Chairman, Comrade Lawal Tanimu, said Marafa lacked credibility and significance in Zamfara’s political landscape.

The group pointed out that Marafa lacked influence and support among the party’s heavyweights, making his claims of leadership unfounded.

They urged Marafa to step aside and allow more capable leaders to take the reins, in order to salvage the party’s reputation and chances of success in future elections.

“Our statement is a stark reminder of the harsh realities of politics. In a landscape where credibility and influence are paramount, Marafa’s lack of both has left him isolated and ineffective.”

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