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In a significant development, the Kano State High Court has upheld the suspension of Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The court issued an ex parte order, prohibiting Ganduje from representing himself as a member of the party.


Justice Usman Malam Na’abba granted the order on Tuesday in response to an ex parte motion filed by Haladu Gwanjo and Laminu Sani, representing the executive members of APC Ganduje ward.

Gwanjo, who serves as the party’s ward Legal Adviser, had previously announced Ganduje’s suspension.

The court directive mandates Ganduje to refrain from overseeing any activities of the National Working Committee (NWC) of the APC.

This legal move follows Ganduje’s suspension by the State Working Committee of the APC in Kano, which rebuked the ward party leaders responsible for the initial suspension announcement.

The internal strife within the party escalated as the APC in Dawakin Tofa Local Government dismissed the individuals behind Ganduje’s suspension, alleging their involvement in anti-party activities.

The party’s leadership imposed a six-month sanction on them and initiated a panel to investigate various allegations against them.

In response to these developments, the APC has petitioned the Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Kayode Egbetokun, urging an investigation into the individuals responsible for Ganduje’s purported suspension.

The party, through its National Publicity Secretary, Barrister Felix Morka, emphasized that the perpetrators were not legitimate APC members or officials in Ganduje’s ward.

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