APC crisis - Lai Mohammed, Saraki move against Kwara governor over caretaker list

    The crisis rocking the "Kwara State Chapter" of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Thursday, December 10, took another twist as two of President "Muhammadu Buhari" kicked against the move by Governor "AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq" to control the party.


According to LegitVanguard reports that the minister of information and culture, "Lai Mohammed", the minister of state for transportation, "Gbemisola Saraki" and other stakeholders in APC berated the governor for his efforts to stop "Bashir Bolarinwa" from being recognized as the chairman of the state caretaker committee.

" also gathered that the stakeholders, however, described Governor AbdulRazaq's actions as illegal, illogical and unacceptable".

"A chieftain of the party in the state, "Akogun Iyiola Oyedepo", who addressed the press conference in Ilorin, expressed concern that the governor had not invited "Bolarinwa" for the swearing-in ceremony that would take place in Abuja".

He Said:

"“The information at our disposal is that Governor AbdulRazaq has gone to the national headquarters of the party to urge the national caretaker committee to exempt Bolarinwa from the swearing-in ceremony on the ground that Kwara executive of 2018 was not a product of a congress. “The weather-beaten claim of this group is that the Kwara state executive under Bolarinwa is a product of a congress. Nothing is farther from the truth.”"

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