The Youth wing of All Progressives Congress (APC) has vowed to sack the senator representing Adamawa central in the Nigerian senate, Aishatu Binani in Adamawa State at the forthcoming 2023 general election.
The group leader in Adamawa State, Dr Mohammed Bappare, spoke this Monday in Yola while inaugurating APC women and youths in the 21 local government areas of the state.
Bappare said he would be at the forefront of ensuring Binani fails in any election she decides to contest as the ominous signs show the cloud is too dark for anyone to sell the candidature of Binani to any electorate in Adamawa come 2023.
Describing the development in APC as a new foundation to relaunch the Anti Binani movement in Adamawa, Bappare asked the local government leaders of the movement to inaugurate a similar structure at the ward levels.
He said that the youths’ decision had brought to an end all the insinuation that APC youths and women will support Binani in 2023.
Bappare insisted that there was no longer a crisis in Adamawa APC, claiming that the likes of Binani were inconsequential to the party in the state.
Addressing them, he said: “I urge you to abide by the provisions of the Constitution of this party in the discharge of your duty.
“Ensure you are firm and do not carry out your duties with favour or prejudice on any member of the party. You are required, directed and mandated to go back to your LGAs and ensure the anti Binani movement gathers momentum.
“There is no crisis in APC Adamawa State. We are together under the leadership of Jibrilla Bindow. We have disagreements here and there, but we don’t have a crisis. We have just one APC in Adamawa State and one APC in Nigeria.
Responding on behalf of the inaugurated one of the anti-Binani’s movement, Sylvanus Illiya promised that the new leaders of the local government areas would deliver on the tasks ahead of them.
“The mandate you have given to us we will deliver on it and stop the ambition of Binani if she decides to seek any elective office in 2023 by the grace of God almighty,” he said.