2023: Kano PDP Stakeholders Calls For Immediate Dissolution Of State Party EXCO, By ABDULLAHI RABIU, KANO

It has been observed that unless if the  National Working Committee of the PDP acted expeditious in dissolving the party Exco the likelihood of the party not to field in Candidates for the forthcoming election is inevitable.
A communique read by a one time Commissioner for  land and Survey Honourable Yusuf Bello Dambatta said  that it will good for the PDP  to act wisely by immediately dissolving  the State Executives and appoint a Caretaker Committee to handle the affairs of the party through out  the electioneering period or else it will bound to bite her fingers in the end.
The Communiqué read, shortly after the stakeholders Meeting, held in Kano, said the measure will ginger  the party from losing positions in the coming elections due to anti party activities of some people who did not want to see the progress at the polls.
The Communique was signed by Dr  Akilu Sani  Indabawa, Yusuf Dambatta and Abdullahi Ungogo among others. Among those in attendance were former governor of Jigawa State, Dr. Sule Lamido and former Nigerian Ambassador to China, Ambassador Aminu Wali, Dr. Yunusa Adamu Dangwani and Sen Hayatu Bello Gwarzo among others.
According to the Communique, the PDP Stakeholders also raised alarm over what they described as desperate attempt one man  to control the party while promoting another party on the other hand.
“This desperation is aimed at sabotaging the PDP in the 2023 elections and beyond.
 The game plan is to deny the PDP the opportunity of fielding any Candidate in the 2023 election, exploiting the time frame of the party timetable set up by the guidelines.
“By maintaining the party leadership hosted by Sen. Kwankwaso, the NCWS is leaving millions of party supporters and sympathisers in limbo,” Dambatta said.
They expressed fear that if urgent action was not taken, the party would end up without presenting Candidates during the forthcoming elections  thereby clearing the field for NNPP and other political parties.
The statement also said  Stakeholders however, called on the NWC to consider the possibility of extending the period of purchasing and submission of nomination forms for Kano state by at least two weeks.
The Communique then  called on all party supporters, members and sympathizers to remain calm as the leadership of the Stakeholders was doing everything possible within the law to ensure justice is done.