Kano APC Crisis: Shekarau’s G7 Demands 55% Party Structure


Before sheathing its sword, the G7, led by Senator Ibrahim Shekarau, is insisting on fairness, justice, and all-inclusive party membership, and is demanding 55 percent of the party structure.

After rejecting the party structure sharing formula released for Kano in a letter to the party headquarters on February 7, the faction forwarded another letter to the APC headquarters titled: ” Re: Kano’s Party Structure Harmonization Guidelines, dated February 10.

In the letter, the faction demanded 55 percent of the party’s structure and the chairmanship position.

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Senator Ibrahim Shekarau (APC-Kano Central), Senator Barau Jibrin (APC-Kano North), Tijjani Jobe (APC-D/Tofa/Rimingado Federal Constituency), Nasiru Gabasawa (APC-Gezawa/Gabasawa Federal Constituency), Haruna Dederi (APC-Karaye/Rogo Federal Constituency), Sha’aban Sharada (APC-Kan (Chairman, Buhari Support Group).
The G7 also stated that the governor should not lead any reconciliation committees or reconciliatory engagements because he is a party to all of the disagreements.

The letter also demanded the withdrawal of all appeals filed by the governor’s side as evidence of a transparent process capable of strengthening confidence as part of the ongoing reconciliation efforts.

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