Kano - The leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kano State has initiated moves to suspend former Governor of the state, Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso from the party.
Kwankwaso is accused of engaging in anti-party activities.
The state Chairman of the party, Haruna Umar Doguwa dropped the hint while addressing newsmen in a joint press conference with the elders committee of the party on Thursday in his office.
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Doguwa said the party has set up a disciplinary committee to investigate alleged misconduct of Kwankwaso.
Doguwa said the decision to investigate Kwankwaso was necessitated by the alleged indiscipline he and his supporters exhibited when he paid condolence visit to Kano state governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje on Monday over the death of his mother, the late Fatima Umar Ganduje.
Kwankwaso was alleged to have stormed Ganduje's village on a condolence visit with supporters chanting perceived derogatory songs against the bereaved Ganduje.
- News 24