A three-member committee has been raised to look internal crisis rocking Kaduna State All Progressive Congress barely 48 hours after factional office of the party in Kaduna was demolished.
It was gathered that the committee have been mandated to identify the remote and immediate causes of the crisis in its Kaduna state chapter.
In a statement issued by the APC National Publicity Secretary, Bolaji Abudullahi, the party said that the decision to probe the crisis was taken at an executive session of the party´s National Working Committee (NWC).
´It said; “the unfolding situation in Kaduna State is deeply regrettable and request all parties in the disagreement to maintain utmost decorum and give opportunity for true reconciliation.
It would recaled that the secretariat of a faction of the APC in Kaduna state, was demolished by the state government, with claimed that the structure voilated the state’s land use and non-payment of ground rent since 2010.
However, the Kaduna Geographic Information Services (KADGIS) in a statement after the demolishion, explained that the building was demolished for flagrant violation of the land use and non-payment of ground rent since 2010.
As gathered, the Kaduna state chapter of the APC had been factionalised and had been in crisis for close to two years, with allegation for a senator represents Kaduna central, Shehu Sani, that the state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, had pocketed the party.
Sani alleged that El-Rufia was exploiting his proximity to President Muhammadu Buahri, to impose his will and unleash terror on APC members in the state.
´´Right now, the party is already divided in Kaduna and it is for the national secretariat to note this and we have said it in clear terms, “ Sani said.
However, the three member committee, led by the APC Deputy National Chairman (South), Segun Oni, would identify the disagreement and the circumstances that led to the demolition of Hunkuyi´s building and it is to report back to the NWC within a week.
Other members of the committee are the APC National Auditor, Mr George Moghalu and its National Woman Leader, Hajia Rahmatu Alliyu.
The party also re-affirmed that Alhaji Haddy Ametuo remained the party´s chairman in Kogi until its appropriate organ decided otherwise in accordance with its constitution.