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We won’t hand over APC to Nyako — Marwa, Gundiri

Speaking at a stakeholders’ meeting in Yola yesterday, former ACN gubernatorial candidate Engineer Gundiri, who was represented by his running mate Alhaji Abdulrazaq Namdas, said…

Speaking at a stakeholders’ meeting in Yola yesterday, former ACN gubernatorial candidate Engineer Gundiri, who was represented by his running mate Alhaji Abdulrazaq Namdas, said members of the legacy parties which metamorphosed into APC would not handover the party to new comers.
The defunct CPC governorship candidate General Buba Marwa, who was represented by Alhaji Baba Sulaiman, said the original APC members in Adamawa have resolved to resist plans by Nyako and his loyalists to hijack the party, adding that anyone coming into the party should follow the right procedure.
“We will never allow anyone who came in through the window to hijack our party which we labour to build over the years.
He called on members of the legacy parties to register en mass and mobilise for the APC assuring them that the right and privileges of founding members would be respected at all levels of the party.
“I urge all of you to unite and say no to any attempt by outsiders to hijack the party from us as your tireless efforts were responsible for the birth of the APC,” he said.
Governor Nyako’s spokesman Alhaji Ahmad Sajoh had earlier told Daily Trust that the issues raised by Gundiri and Marwa had been resolved by the party’s national leadership.
The newly registered APC has been bedevilled with internal quarrels over who becomes party leader in the state. The national leadership of the party was said to have accorded leadership status to the G5 governors who defected from PDP to the party in their respective states — a decision rejected by most members of the legacy parties as unfair and unjust.

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