Abuja - The leadership crisis rocking the Unity Part of Nigeria (UPN) took a dramatic turn on Tuesday as some members of the party’s National Executive Council (NEC) suspended the embattled Chairman of the party, Dr Fredick Fasehun, reports Punch.
The aggrieved NEC members accused Fasehun of running the party as his private property.
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They said the suspended Chairman unilateral appointed Chairmen of the State Caretaker Committees as against the legitimately endorsed NEC list.
They also distanced themselves f from the suit filed by Fasehun against the Independent National Electoral Commission and its Chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega, over the controversial 30 000 polling units established ahead of the 2015 general election.
Dr. Manzo Abubakar, the party’s Deputy National Chairman was appointed as acting Chairman.
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