Kano Municipal APC Upholds Suspension Of Shaaban Sharada

From Maduabuchi Nmeribeh, Kano

The All Progressive Congress (APC) in Kano Municipal Local Government Area, has reaffirmed the suspension of a former President Muhammadu Buhari Media Aide, and member representing Kano Municipal at the House of Representatives,  Shaaban Ibrahim Sharada, saying his actions were capable of causing choas within the party and the state.

The AUTHORITY reports that Sharada was earlier suspended by the leadership of the party in Sharada Ward for anti-party activities.
Moreso, he was slammed one year on the allegations of creating choas and turmoil in the State.

According to a  letter  signed by the Chairman and Secretary of the Party in Municipal Local Government Area, Alhaji Sani Abubakar Maifata and Kamilu Saidu Bala respectively, and made available to journalists, “we affirmed the Suspension of Shaaban Ibrahim Sharada as been done by his ward level for 12 months for his open attacks and castigation of Governor Ganduje and other Party Stalwarts.

“Sequel to the petition received from APC supporters from Sharada ward, we formed a seven Man disciplinary Committee and gives them seven days their report on the subject matter and possible decision to be taken.

“After going through their reports and evidence attached to the Suspension latter by the ward executive, the Committee confirmed that Ibrahim Sharada has been found guilty of all the charges against him for assassination of the characters of Governor Ganduje and respective Party Executives at Ward, Local and State levels.

“These assertions of Ibrahim Sharada may instigate chaos and Turmoil in the State which may destruct the positive missions of Governor Ganduje.

“They may also derogate the deginity of the party Executives to their subjects in addition to party loss of supporters at the grassroots level.
“We are hereby affirming the Suspension of Shaaban Ibrahim Sharada for the period of 12 months upon which he will not interfere in all the affairs of the party activities at all levels.”

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