By Bello Hamza, Abuja
The Afaka branch of the All Progressive Party (APC) in Igabi local government of Kaduna state has after a weighty allegation on its members for offences bordering on anti-parties activities suspended 14 of members.
The decision was contained in a statement jointly signed by the Afaka ward chairman, Mr Auwal Adamu and the secretary, Ismail Yahaya and made available to journalists in Kaduna over the weekend.
The statement further explains that, “By virtue of their actions against article 21 .3 (I $ ii) of the 2014 APC constitutions amended, an invitation letter with reference no. APC/AFK/W/IG/S/12 dated 30th may 2023 was sent to them which required their appearance before the disciplinary committee and respond to the panel, which they failed to do so,’
They committee therefore approved the following disciplinary action on them, which is as follows, deterred them from participating in all party activities of the party in Afaka ward and also suspended for being members of the party in Afaka.
Those affected are Jamilu Abdullahi, Shafi’u Hassan, Ahmed M. Sani Bebeji, Mustapha Abdurrashid, Abubakar Ahmed Tijjani, other are Lawal Abubakar, Mustapa Sambo, Sama’ila Aliyu, Suleiman A. Alhassan, Abdullahii Dan’uwani, Muh’d Jameel Mustapha, Sani Rabiu, Balarabe Bako and Muhammad Tabulate. The statement further explains that the decision took place with immediate effect.