Days After Donating To Buhari’s Campaign, Ribadu Faces Disciplinary Action

Days after donating campaign cars for the reelection of President Muhammadu Buhari, former EFCC Chairman has been accused of engaging in anti-party activities

Former Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nuhu Ribadu may face disciplinary action for his alleged anti-party activities.

Arising from an emergency meeting on Tuesday night, APC, through its state Publicity Secretary, Mohammed Abdullahi, warned Ribadu to desist from his planned sabotage of the party’s governorship candidate.

“If need be, the APC will take disciplinary action against any erring party member, however highly placed,” Abdullahi threatened.

The former anti-graft czar had addressed the press in Yola after his appointment as Director Fields Operations in the Buhari campaign Council, hinting that his campaign structure would not campaign for the reelection of Governor Jibrilla Bindow.

He also donated 40 vehicles to mobilise the people for the re-election of President Buhari in Adamawa.

All supporters of Ribadu, who spoke at the event distanced themselves from the Bindow campaign machinery, insisting that their support is for President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election alone.

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The Nuhu Ribadu group, which is popularly called the ‘BLACK CAP MOVEMENT’, further accused Bindow’s camp of secretly sabotaging the Buhari campaign. “We know them, and we know who is truly their presidential candidate,” said a Black Capper.

However, at a press briefing held at the state party secretariat, Abdullahi accused Ribadu of attempting to run a parallel campaign, which the party will not condone.

Adamawa APC executives also threatened to deal decisively with any party stakeholder who campaigns for Buhari without supporting all other APC candidates in the state, especially Governor Bindow.

The party EXCO said it expects all hands to be on deck given that it will soon commence its statewide campaign.

Warring camps within the Adamawa APC are already exchanging hot verbiage, each camp claiming superiority and authenticity in the Buhari re-election campaign bid.

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