Court Solidifies Ganduje’s Suspension as APC National Chairman, See Details

Abdullahi Ganduje

Kano Court Affirms Suspension Of APC Chairman, Ganduje.


A Kano State High Court has solidified the decision to suspend Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), restraining him from further representing himself as a member of the ruling party.



This ruling comes as a shock development in Kaduna  political landscape, raising questions about internal party dynamics and the future leadership of the APC.



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Justice Usman Malam Na’abba issued the order on Tuesday, April 16, following an ex parte motion filed by Haladu Gwanjo and Laminu Sani, represented by their counsel Ibrahim Sa’ad.


These individuals, identified as executive members of the APC Ganduje ward, cited allegations of bribery leveled against Ganduje by the Kano state government as grounds for his suspension.



The motion brought forth by the executive council of Ganduje’s ward underscores the internal strife within the APC, as well as the seriousness with which allegations of corruption are being addressed within the party.


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The decision by the Kano State High Court signals a shift in power dynamics and raises concerns about the future direction of the APC under the leadership of its embattled chairman.



Imran Muhammad, a staunch APC member and supporter of former President Muhammadu Buhari, shared a copy of the court order on social media platform X (formerly known as Twitter), highlighting the significance of the ruling within political circles.


The suspension of Ganduje has not been without controversy, as various factions within the APC have voiced their opinions on the matter.



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The Progressives Foundational Movement (PFM) called on security agencies to apprehend those behind Ganduje’s suspension, alleging that they were sponsored by rival political entities, including the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) presidential candidate, Rabiu Kwankwaso.


This development underscores the political intrigue surrounding Ganduje’s suspension and its broader implications for the APC and Nigerian politics as a whole.



Reacting to the suspension, Bashir Ahmad, a former media aide to ex-President Muhammadu Buhari, suggested that behind-the-scenes maneuvers may have influenced the decision.


Ahmad emphasized the importance of due process in the suspension, noting that Ganduje’s status as a registered APC member is crucial to his position as national chairman.


Ejes Gist news understands that the ruling by the Kano State High Court marks a significant chapter in the ongoing political saga within the APC, with implications for the party’s cohesion.


As the situation continues to unfold, Ejes  Gist News will closely monitor how the APC navigates these internal challenges and positions itself for the future.


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