OrderPaperToday – Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso stands the risk of being suspended from the All Progressives Congress (APC) if a threat by the Kano State chapter of the party is anything to go by.
Kwankwaso who is the immediate past two-term governor of Kano state and senator representing Kano Central in the national assembly, has been accused of anti-party activities.
Chairman of Kano chapter of the APC, Haruna Umar Doguwa told newsmen in Kano that the senator had allegedly exhibited actions capable of compromising the party’s unity by recruiting thugs on a recent visit to the village of the incumbent governor, Abdullahi Ganduje.

Kwankwaso and Ganduje who was handpicked and installed in office by the senator, have reportedly fallen apart politically with associates of the governor accusing lawmaker of eyeing the presidency in 2019.
But according to Doguwa: “The case of party indiscipline by Kwankwaso would be thoroughly investigated and dealt with in accordance with the constitution of our party”

The ex-governor was alleged to have stormed Ganduje village on a condolence visit with thugs who chanted derogatory songs against the governor.

Doguwa claimed that “what specifically made the visit a misdemeanour to our party spirit of discipline and brotherhood was the fact that the visit was purely political as against the mission of condolence.

“The act of thuggery and brazen show of daggers, swords and other dangerous weapons by sponsored/hired hoodlums was totally unwholesome and condemnable.”

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