Today's Headlines: APC's Not Your Private Property – Lukman To Adamu; Sani Exposes Kaduna APC’s Alleged Misrule
APC's Not Your Private Property– Lukman To Adamu Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters Amember of the national working committee (NWC), of All progressives Congress (APC) Dr Salihu Lukman has said that nobody can stop him from pointing out wrongdoings in the party. The National Vice Chairman of the All Progressives Congress for the North-West, who again called out the leadership of the party for failing to address his complaints on anomalies and constitutional breaches lashed out at the National Chairman of the APC, Senator Abdullahi Adamu.
As A Party We Allowed Many PDP Appointees Remain In Service & Adamu Wants A Repeat Of 2015- Salihu Lukman
Salihu Lukman, the national vice chairman of the All Progressives Congress in the North West, has accused the party's national chairman, Abdullahi Adamu, of behaving like a factional leader. The APC chieftain said in a statement made on Wednesday, as reported by The Cable, that Abdullahi Adamu is not working for the success of those selected by the party as presiding officers in the 10th National Assembly.
Adamu Seems To Be Interested In Ensuring Rebellious Leadership Emerges In 10th N'Assembly- Salihu Lukman
National Vice chairman of the All Progressives Congress in the North West, Salihu Lukman has accused the national chairman of the party, Abdullahi Adamu of behaving like a factional leader. In a statement released on Wednesday as reported by The Cable, the APC chieftain argued that Abdullahi Adamu is not working for the success of those the party have nominated as presiding officers in the 10th national assembly.
Having Adamu As APC Chairman, Omisore As Secretary Double Tragedy – Lukman
Senator Abdullahi Adamu serving as the party's National Chairman and Senator Iyiola Omisore serving as the National Secretary have been referred to as the ruling party's "double tragedy" by Dr. Salihu Lukman, the All Progressives Congress' (APC) National Vice Chairman for the North West.