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‘Kwali APC chairmanship tussle has been resolved’

The chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the FCT, Alhaji Usman Abdulmalik, has said the chairmanship tussle of the Kwali Area Council…

The chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in the FCT, Alhaji Usman Abdulmalik, has said the chairmanship tussle of the Kwali Area Council chapter of the party has been resolved.

Abdulmalik, who spoke with newsmen in Abuja, yesterday, said the embattled chairman of the party in Kwali, Alhaji Yahaya Aliyu Sheda, had been returned as the substantive chairman of the party in the area.

He said a meeting of the FCT minister, Muhammad Musa Bello, with some party stakeholders intervened to ensure that the matter be resolved amicably.

He said the crisis within the party chairmanship in Kwali was a family matter, hence, the minister and some stakeholders saw the need to resolve it.

“The FCT APC wants to state categorically that the issue of the chairmanship tussle in Kwali, that arose during last Saturday congress has been resolved and the embattled chairman of the party, Alhaji Yahaya Aliyu Sheda, has been returned as the substantive chairman of the party for another four years,” he said.

The chairman of Kwali Area Council, Joseph K. Shazin, confirmed the return of the chairman of the party in the area after a stakeholders’ meeting with the FCT minister, Muhammad Musa Bello.

He said he would soon call for another stakeholders meeting in the council to plead with some of the aggrieved people and their supporters on the development and how to move the party forward.

City News had reported that the embattled chairman of the APC in Kwali, Alhaji Yahaya Aliyu Sheda, had protested his replacement with Saleh Sheda at the party’s congress held on Saturday, where he accused the council chairman of working against him.

 

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