Abuja - The Alliance for Democracy (AD) has suspended three principal officers of the party for their alleged involvement in the governorship candidacy saga in Ondo State.
A communique signed by AD National Chairman, Joseph Avazi, issued in Abuja on Friday, said the three officials were suspended by the party’s National Executive Council [NEC] at its meeting on October 26.
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It listed those affected as: Shehu Musa, Deputy National Chairman North, Kehinde Aworele, the National Legal Adviser, and the National Organising Secretary, Abdallah Ibrahim.
The communique added that the suspension was to allow the NEC to meet again and resolve the matter.
The party has appointed Magaji Kwairanga to act as Deputy National Chairman North, Roland Kientey, as acting National Organising Secretary, and the Deputy Legal Adviser to oversee the legal department.
According to the communique, the NEC has recognized Olusola Oke as the AD candidate in the November 26 governorship election in Ondo state
- News 24