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APC suspends Akwanga LG chairman over alleged anti-party activities

By Francis Nansak

The Executives of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Ancho ward in Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa state have suspended the party LG chairman, Mr Micha Magaji.

Magaji was accused of anti party activities.

Findings showed that the ward chairman was alleged to be disloyal to the state governor, Engr. Abdullahi Sule, and disrespectful to critical stakeholders in the state.

Other allegations include embezzlement of funds meant for office rent for a period of three years, as well as diversion of office furniture and equipment for his personal use.

The letter of the suspension of Mr Micah Magaji, was signed by 18 members of the ward exco headed by the deputy chairman, Ibrahim Mamuku and copied to both the zonal and state chairman of the party.

“Consequently, the suspension was aim at strengthening the unity and survival of our great party.

“The All Progressives Congress, Ancho Ward, we hereby resolve and endorse the immediate and outright suspension of Mr Micah Magaji as a member of our party, to pave way for proper investigation of these allegations and misbehaviour against the incumbent government,” the letter read.

Written by ExpressDay

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