Bello Again Sacks Former Kogi Council Boss – Latter S A, Over Alleged Anti-Party Activities In Kogi

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From Noah Ocheni, Lokoja

Barely one week that the APC, in Kogi state suspended Ankpa Local council Boss, Abdullahi Zakeri, the Party has again sacked the suspended Chairman of Kogi Local Council, Abdulkareem Isah Sanni, AKA, ECOMOG for an alleged anti- party activities.

The suspension of the Former Council Boss Sanni, from office as Chairman last year was sequel to a resolution by members of the 9th Kogi state Assembly presided over by the then Speaker, Prince Mathew Kolawole, who read a letter from Governor Bello indicting the council boss of alleged criminal activities.

The House then unanimously resolved to suspend Abdulkareem Sani pending the outcome of the Department of State Service (DSS) investigation on the allegation.

While on suspension as the Council Boss, Stakeholders pleaded for his engagement in governance of which the Governor, Yahaya Bello, graciously accepted and appointed him as the Special Adviser to the Governor.

The state Commissioner for Solid Minerals and Natural Resources, Engineer Abubakar Bashir Gegu, who is also the Leader of the APC in the local government area, alleged that the embattled Sani preempted the report of the investigation committee, and claimed to have resigned his appointment as a Special Adviser to the Governor on Corporate matters.

Reacting to the purported claim by the former appointee that he resigned his appointment, the state Commissioner for Solid Minerals and Natural Resources, Engineer Abubakar Bashir Gegu, on Monday, said it was a mere face saving, having been found wanting over an alleged involvement in criminal activities while in office.

It was revealed that embattled Sani has been hobnobbing with one of the opposition political parties in the state, where he has been promised a juicy political appointment.

The Commissioner, however expressed gratitude to God for distancing persons of questionable characters from the All Progressives Congress, noting that already the Kogi local government is a no go area for other parties.

Gegu urged the peaceful and progressive minded people of Kogi local government to remain resolute, focused and avoid violence despite provocations, before, during and after election.

While he enjoined them to be united and vigilant, advised against rumours being peddled around by those he called enemies of the society.

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