The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kano State has expelled the former governor of the State, Rabiu Musa Kwankwanso over what it described as indiscipline, insubordination and disrespect.
Elanza News reports that recent happenings in the PDP in Kano State and the attempt of some disloyal members to forcefully and extra judicially hijack the mantle of leadership of the party in the state have been discovered while those involved have been suspended.
A memo obtained by Elanza News indicated that the Newly Elected parties executive members of PDP loyal to Kwankwanso have been suspended.
The memo reads: Rabiu Musa Kwankwanso and his supporters have been suspended from the party for the following reasons:
“A. That Engr Rabiu Musa Kwankwanso is hereby expelled from the PDP over Anti- party activities including hopnosing with members of the ruling party selfishly towards scheming for power and relevance ahead of the 2023 elections.
“B. Causing bad blood between and amongst party members thereby forcing some members to leave the party as it happened to Hon. Ali Datti Bako.
“E. Continuous violation of the PDP Constitution by disrespecting and disregarding party organs like the State Executive Committee of the party.
“D. Indiscipline, insubordination and disrespect to party elders in Kano State,” the memo said.
Elanza News reports that Kwankwanso has moved on, and will be joining other Nigerians on Tuesday to launch a political movement, The National Movement (TNM).
TNM is spearheaded by top political gladiators in the country including Kwankwaso
The movement will be unveil Tuesday, February 22, 2022 and the International Conference Centre, Abuja