SDP Suspends National Deputy Chairman Over Anti-party Activities
The Social Democratic Party (SDP) has suspended its National Deputy Chairman, Abdul Ahmed Isaq for 10 months.
He was suspended over allegations bordering on anti-party activities and financial misappropriation.
Ahmed's suspension was announced by the SDP ward chairman of Badarawa/Malali, Kaduna, Yunusa Sani Mohammad.
He said: “The leadership of Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Badarawa/Malali Ward has suspended the party National Deputy Chairman, Abdul Ahmed Ishaq based on anti-party activities and financial misappropriation.
“His suspension from his ward was ratified by all the Ward’s Executives (Excos) presented at the last Ward Exco’s meeting.
“Abdul Ahmed Ishaq is expected to stay away from any activities of the party for the period of ten (10) months from 29th of May, 2018.
“The leadership of Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Badarawa/Malali Ward appeal to all stakeholders of the party, both at the ward, local government, State and National level to see his suspension as part of the beauty of democracy since it's in line with our party’s constitution.
“His suspension has shown the level of internal democracy, discipline and respect for constituted authority, at all level in our great party. Our party strongly believes in the rule of law, zero tolerance to corruption and impunity.”
Mohammad said he hopes to meet the National Working Committee of the party soon with all valid documents and other petitioners.
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