By Ajibola Abayomi,
December 21, 2017
The chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Kano State has resigned.
The resignation was confirmed by an aide to the commissioner of Information, Faizu Alfindiki.
He was accused of igniting crisis between the state governor, Abdullai Ganduje and his deputy, Hafizu Abubakar.
The deputy governor recently stated that he would not contest alongside the governor in 2019.
Abubarka had alleged that he was not being carried along in the governance of the state and the party affairs.
Part of his grievance as gathered included the removal of his ward chairman.
However, following the deputy governor’s outburst, Governor Ganduje ordered that the removed ward chairman be reinstated and urged that his deputy be respected by all the party members.
But that would not stop the internal crisis that had already polarised the party. TheLead Online gathered that some of the estranged members of the party are considering dumping the APC for the rival Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).