Disregard reports of my expulsion from APC, they are false - Abdulmumin Jibrin
Embattled member of the House of Representatives representing Kiru/Bebeji constituency, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has denied reports that he has been expelled by the All Progressives Congress (APC).
This is coming after reports that the chairman of the party in Bebeji, Sani Kanti Ranka, along with other party executives from the area, announced Jibrin’s suspension at an emergency media briefing on Thursday.
But reacting to the reports, Mr. Jibrin wrote on his verified Twitter account: “Reports of my expulsion from my party, the APC, are false, and originated from known detractors. Kindly disregard them. Details later."
Reports of my expulsion from my party, the APC, are false, and originated from known detractors. Kindly disregard them. Details later 🙏— Abdulmumin Jibrin (@AbdulAbmJ) June 15, 2017
According to Mr. Ranka, Jibrin was expelled for several offenses, including allegations that he was trying to divide the party and sabotage the administration of Kano State Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje.
Other alleged offenses include Mr. Jibrin’s role in bringing forth a parallel party leadership in all 14 wards at the Bebeji local government level. He also alleged that the embattled representative committed “misconduct” at the party’s national level, adding that he had called for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari.