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BREAKING: Alhassan must resign, says APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has described former Vice President Atiku Abubakar as a liar and blackmailer, labeling his attack on President  Muhammadu Buhari and the party as misleading.

Fielding questions from journalists at the APC national secretariat Abuja on Friday, a member of the National Working Committee (NWC) and National Vice Chairman, Northwest zone, Inuwa Abdukadir, also urged the Minister of Women Affairs, Aisha Jumai Alhassan, to honourably resign her position over the derogatory remarks she made against President Buhari.

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  1. Naijaman 8th September 2017 at 3:28 pm

    What remarks does this moron, Abdukadir, describe as “derogatory?” Are people not allowed anymore in Naija to have choices and voice personal opinions? Why must she resign or even be asked to resign? What has her personal opinion about who to support in the next election got to do with executing the mandates given to her as a minister? Our Naijas, na wa oo!!

  2. mazi offor joseph okereke 8th September 2017 at 5:43 pm

    apc , you are talking balderdash. madam jumai alhassan is not going to resign anywhere. her personal opinions are different from her official opinions. when has it become anathema that in Nigeria, a cabinet minister should not air her views and align with anybody she wishes. she told us that atiku abubakar was /is her godfather and what offense has she committed ? one aphorism had it that the devil you know is better than the angels you don’t know. from her opinion , buhari our beloved president should from hence forth, see her as atiku political daughter and that should not stop her from given any good idea she has for the country and her citizen as a cabinet minister. after-all, when i wrote series of articles on buhari as a presidential candidate before 2015 election which received great accolade from every regions of this country, one of the present cabinet minister today enjoying juicy ministry sent me a text message thanking me for the good articles and went further to tell me that he agreed that buhari was /is a man of intergrity, but , for age , he would not be elected as the presidential candidate of the apc. the same buhari he said was not fit because of age, is the person he is serving today as one of his ministers. you can imagine the irony. so, sycophancy should not be raised to the standard of becoming a norm in our polity. men and women of courage should be encouraged. if alhassan as i earlier stated based on my soft spot for president buhari as a man of integrity is sacked for airing her views, i mean , i will shift goal post. 08036127175

  3. ochendo 8th September 2017 at 6:25 pm

    my people,no fuss at all.it would rather be honourable for our second Aisha to dump this bunch of mediocres.a government and party under the headship of a general without strategy and a prof who does not know when someone is really hale and hearty.

  4. Ebuka Amaechi 9th September 2017 at 11:43 am

    I urge the leadership,both fair whether defecors & corrupt members of APC to beware of history.Learn great lesson which befelt the present opposition PDP, during its 16 year of impunitive & corruption driven Rule over Nigerians. If the APC quest to retain power at centre after the 2019 Gen election, should not become illusive. I therefore urge the Leadership & its Govt at Centre to concentrate on profering genuine solution to marid of challenges yawning for holistic solution by the party & its leadership.Instead of dispating energe over the expression of ones right to ones right to personal opinion on National discuss. Unless the Leadership of APC intends to turn Nigeria to old Roman Empire, in July of 64 AD. When late Emperor Nero fiddled, while Rome was being burnt by great fire which ravaged for 6 days, destroyed 70% of the City & left half of its population homeles -s. I pray the ruling party,APC will not want to be remembered as one of Nigerias history,most sadistic party wiith its leadership. Nigeria call obey!

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