Speaker of the Adamawa State House of Assembly Kabiru Mijinýawa on Monday warned National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Adams Oshiomhole, to back down on his planned inclusion of two million fake membership cards into the national register of the party.
At the party’s stakeholders’ meeting in Yola on Monday, the Speaker said he had evidence of a planned inclusion of about 2 million fake APC membership cards into the national register in order to give advantage to Governor Jibirilla Bindow’s opponent through direct primary.
He warned Oshiomhole to keep off the state or he would be dealt with him appropriately.
The Speaker similarly charged Secretary to the Government of Federation (SGF) Boss Mustapha to convey the feelings of stakeholders, who have unanimously adopted the indirect primary for all nominations in the state.
“There are more than 2 million fake APC membership cards in circulation, I have the evidence and will prove it even before the President,” Mijinýawa said.
“We’re not afraid of anybody; and what is happening, SGF sir. What I want you to take note of is that some people are claiming they will take those fake cards to our National Chairman who will in turn include them in our APC register.
“We will not accept it in Adamawa State; we are telling you with a strong voice to tell him (Oshiomhole) to keep off from Adamawa State if not we will deal with him; we are ready to fight.”