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The Kano chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has nullified the suspension of the party’s national chairman, Umar Abdullahi Ganduje, by some ward leaders.

All Nigeria Latest News reports that leaders in Ganduje ward, Dawakin Tofa Local Government, had suspended the APC national chairman on Monday.

However, the party’s local government officials swiftly overturned the suspension and removed those responsible for it.

Inusa Dawanau, the APC Dawakin Tofa Local Government chairman, revealed that those behind Ganduje’s suspension were engaged in activities contrary to the party’s interests, and their interactions with the opposition were exposed.

In response, the state working committee of the party sanctioned the individuals responsible for six months and initiated a special investigations panel to examine the allegations against them.

Abdullahi Abbas, the Kano APC chairman, affirmed the decisions of the local government party leaders, stating, “We have evidence of meetings between the state government officials and those that suspended the National Chairman. The state working committee has agreed to sanction them for six months and they stand now suspended.”

However, one of the accused party members, Halliru Gwanjo, clarified that they decided to suspend Ganduje from the party based on allegations of bribery leveled against him by the Kano state government.

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