The National Working Committee (NWC) of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), has dissolved Adamawa executive committee to address the lingering crisis in the party.
In a statement signed by Alhaji Shehu Musa Gabam, the National Secretary of the party, he said a caretaker committee has been constituted to take charge of the party affairs in the state.
Gabam pointed out that the NWC took the decision after the state EXCO defied all efforts to settle the crisis by the leadership of the party after thorough review of the crisis.
“This decision was made by NWC of the party in pursuant to Article 12.5.1 (111) and Article 19.6 of the party’s constitution, after a thorough. review of the unending crisis in the state.
“We hope this action will restore calm among the various ‘warring’ groups of the state Executive Committee,” the statement added.
The statement also enjoined the groups and all other party members to prepare and participate in the forthcoming ward, local government and state congresses of the party in the state.
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