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2023: APC Will Break Up, The Foundation Is Weak – Banire

 A former chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Muiz Banire has submitted that the party would soon implode due to multiple personal interests causing conflicts.

Banire, a former National Legal Adviser of the APC and ex-Lagos Commissioner for Justice said the foundation of the party is too weak as many politicians just came together to form the party for the sake of grabbing power and no plans thereafter. He said the APC can’t stand the test of time because of the multiple conflicts which he said would eventually tear the party apart. Naija News understands Banire submitted to a recent interview with Lagos-based Radio now. “Certainly the APC will implode. The foundation of the party itself is weak. We have several people, tendencies coming together to acquire power but they are unable to synergize. Conflict is tearing the party apart,” he said. He went further to accuse the party of failing to follow the rule of law and tilting to favor certain power blocs within the party. Banire added that he parted ways with the APC after realizing he was keeping a “bad company.” Meanwhile, the Deputy Governor of Zamfara State, Mahdi Gusau has been impeached by lawmakers in the state House of Assembly. The lawmaker impeached Gusau during plenary on Wednesday after the House received the report of the committee. The Chief Judge of the state, Justice Kulu Aliyu, had set up a committee to investigate the allegations against Gusau. The panel had Justice Halidu Tanko-Soba as Chairman, with Oladipo Okpeseyi (SAN), as Deputy Chairman, and Abdul-Atadoga Ibrahim (SAN), Hussaini Zakariyau, (SAN), Amina Tanimu-Marafa, Alhaji Sani Mande, and Ahmad Buhari-Rabah, as members. Okpeseyi while presenting the copies of the report to the Speaker said they were not empowered to talk about the report with anyone. He further stated “We have done our duty with utmost integrity and diligence and we have compiled this report based on the pieces of evidence we have gathered in the

 the course of our duty. The Speaker of the Assembly in his response to the report said they would work on the report with the context of section 188 of the constitution.

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