- The All Progressive Congress (APC) disciplinary committee summoned Senator Rabiu Kwankwasor
- He was summoned over what the party termed as his ‘disparaging remarks against party leaders’
- Kwankwaso has however termed the summon as ‘an exercise in futility’
Kano state chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday, February 20 summoned the immediate past governor of the state, Rabiu Kwankwaso, to appear before a disciplinary committee.
Vanguard reports that Senator Kwankwaso representing Kano Central dismissed the purported invitation as an attempt by self-serving individuals for political relevance.
Kwankwaso, who spoke through his political aide, Aminu Gwarzo, said: “It sounds very odd for those who are not known to APC to embark on an exercise in futility.”
The senator was summoned to explain why his supporters allegedly attempted to force their way into a meeting by the party leaders’ at the Katsina Government House.
The disciplinary committee also wants Kwankwaso to explain why he allegedly made disparaging remarks against some party leaders during the Katsina political outing.
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Meanwhile, at least ten chieftains of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Ondo state were injured when some thugs invaded their meeting on the inauguration of the governor-elect Rotimi Akeredolu SAN.
The attack which happened at the party’s secretariat in Isua area of the state, was allegedly masterminded by a member of the party in the National Assembly.
Amongst those that were molested include a former commissioner for Natural resources, Solagbade Amodeni and other leaders in Akoko South East area of the state.