By Mike Adeyemi
An appeal has been made for a normal ward Congress of Kwara chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) against what was held on Saturday, National Pilot learnt.
Speaking on this backdrop, Kwara APC financial secretary, Tajudeen Mohammed dropped the hint while answering questions from our reporter via phone calls yesterday.
According to him,’ the Saturday congresses cannot be term a normal exercise amidst two parallel outcome.’
“No doubt, yesterday congresses went fine across 173 wards in Kwara State. There was no any voice in our camp because we have a good leader in person Bashir Omolaja Bolarinwa.
“But we don’t know that of the AA camp. We don’t have problem in Kwara APC, the only problem we have is AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq. He has assumed to himself a defacto leader. He is the one fueling crisis in the party,” Mohammed said.
He added that despite the fact that Saturday congresses is devoid of violence across the state, that cannot make the exercise normal in the real sense of it.
“This is not a normal Congress. How can you say is normal while we still have division and crisis in the party. I think there should be a reschedule ward congress in Kwara.
“Our congresses went so good. It is a thing of joy for us, but that does not makes it perfect or normal. BOB is our leader in Kwara APC and nothing can change it,” he stressed.
Reacting to the Court judgement that evicted BOB camp and Lai Mohammed from the parallel party Secretariat, Mohammed said the eviction notice is unconstitutional.
“The purported Court rulings to vacate the party Secretariat lacks merit and laughable. There is no problem in the issue of the Secretariat.
“We are the tenants and the landlord has never give us any challenges. We have constitution in the nation and the law demands to serve a notice of we need to talk to you in this case.
“Nothing of such has come to us. We are not concerned about the kangaroo ruling,” court ruling is null and void and the due process of the law that require third party concept was not served nor followed.
“There was no court pronouncement anywhere. The status of the constitution requires the notification of the third party before such a ruling can stand. In this case, we were not serve any notice.
“So the Court rulings cannot stand the test of time, it’s neglect the principle of rule of laws and nobody can secret the party secretariat,” he insisted.
By Mike Adeyemi