Alleged Probe Move: Group Rise in Support of Yahaya Bello

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By Ibrahim Obansa, Lokoja

A politician in Kogi state, Muktar Bajeh, has condemned in strong terms, the call for the probe of Governor Yahaya Bello by a group led by Senator Dino Malaye over alleged anti-party activities.

Bajah noted that what is expected of any loyal party man at this point is to support the governor now that the period of litigation is over, describing the present move as a distraction to Bello whom he said has genuine intention to develop the state.

He described as laughable and ridiculous the declaration of the group that Bello appointed members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, saying that there is nothing that could be farther than the truth.

He challenged the group to come up with the list of those that are PDP members in Bello’s cabinet, noting that this is another ploy to retard the speed of the governor, haven failed to stop the him at the tribunal.

Bajeh, a front line politician from the state called on members of the party not to succumbed to the present design of a few who he said has made up their mind to frustrate the governor.

He said the members of the group are still the same people who have been funding the factional members of the house of Assembly who he are cog in the wheel of progress, asking them to have a rethink before they destroy the APC to the advantage of the opposition parties.

He appealed to the national secretariat of the APC to quickly wade in to bring the situation under control, saying that the moved of the group is not in the best interest of the party and its members

It would be recalled that Members of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the National Assembly from Kogi State, House of Assembly members, executive members of the party in the state and prominent party leaders from the state set up a panel on monday to probe the state governor Yahaya Bello.

The party men who made the resolution after a crucial meeting in Abuja, accused the governor of engaging in anti-party activities.

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