Zamfara impeachment: APC reacts, says it will not stand 

The All Progressive Congress APC (APC), Zamfara State chapter has condemned the impeachment of Maradun local government Council Chairman, Ahmad Abubakar and his Vice Muhammad Faru and has described the action as null and void.

This was even as the party maintained that the impeachment will not stand as the imbroglio between the chairman and the councillors are before a competent court.

The State Chairman of the party Alh Lawal M. Liman who disclosed this in an interview on Thursday.

Liman noted that it was rather unfortunate that the state PDP government would influence the impeachment knowing fully well that the matter between the chairman and his councillors was before a competent court of law.

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He noted that APC as a  law-abiding party will continue to pursue legal means to ensure that justice prevails, saying that, “I’m confident that the court will do the needful.

“We will not be intimidated by that illegal activity and we are hopeful the chairman will finish his three years term when the court case is finally determined”.

Liman called on the  APC supporters to remain calm and law-abiding and not take the laws into their hands.


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