‘You misled us’ - Taraba APC governorship aspirants tell peace committee

Eight members of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who participated in the party’s governorship primary election in Taraba Condition, have accused the reconciliation committee of deceptive them.

The aspirants, who were being invited to current their grievances to the party’s reconciliation committee sitting in the Adamawa Point out cash, Yola, complained that they ended up informed the reconciliation committee would sit Thursday only for them to learn on finding to Yola that the assembly took put on Wednesday.

The aggrieved aspirants at a press meeting in Yola on Thursday, mentioned they have been stunned when they arrived in the Adamawa state funds and met nobody at the location.

Their spokesman, Mallam Marwan Aliyu Bacci, stated, “We came from Taraba to Adamawa for the assembly but learnt that the committee sat at Banquet Corridor in Govt Dwelling Yola on Wednesday, November 28 rather of Thursday, November 29, as indicated on the official invitation card sent out to aggrieved aspirants.”

The APC Peace and Reconciliation Committee for the Northeast, with Nasarawa Point out Governor Umaru Al-Makura as the chairman, sat in Yola on Wednesday and attended to aggrieved APC users from Adamawa and Taraba states, with aggrieved Property of Assembly and National Assembly aspirants from Taraba presenting their grievances to the committee, but the 8 governorship aspirants insisted Thursday that the Al-Makura committee gave them a incorrect date for the sitting down.

The aspirants alleged that they have been presented Thursday as the date for the reconciliation committee meeting ‘as slated by the NWC’ and as said in the invitation to the conference and not Wednesday.

“The peace committee for the Northeast was lopsided to favor some aggrieved customers particularly from Taraba Point out,” they charged.

The eight aspirants had been between the 10 who participated in the controversial APC governorship primary in Taraba State.

The eight, all of who were at the Thursday push briefing in Yola, ended up Sani Mahmood, Aliyu Umar, Ibrahim Abubakar, Umar Garba, Bobboi Kaigama, David Kente, Abraham Afukunyo and Kabiru Dodo.

Complaining that they had been put by means of avoidable stress, they appealed to the APC National Doing the job Committee (NWC) to deal with a clean day for them to existing their grievances.



2018-11-29 21:11:13

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