APC Asks Minister To Resign In Principle

As the controversies arising from former Vice President Atiku
Abubakar’s recent interview continues to generate varying reactions,
the National Vice Chairman, North West of the governing All
Progressives Congress (APC), Alh. Inuwa Abdulkadir has cautioned him
to exercise restraint in the sort of statements he makes to the public
as a chieftain of the party.

Abdulkadir who said the reaction became necessary considering the fact
that President Muhammdu Buhari is from his Zone also came down hard on
the Minister for Women Affairs, Haj. Aisha Alhassan, urging her to to
do the needful resign from the cabinet, saying “you cannot eat your
cake and have it”

Addressing select Journalists yesterday, the party chieftain said
persons of reckoning in the society should maintain decorum in the
society since many people look up to them for leadership, even as he
said Atiku’s statements were misleading and incorrect.

Abdulkadir said: “People of such statue and reckoning in this country,
particularly the former Vice President, of this greet nation, he has
attained the position of a statesman and what we expect of him is
nothing less than that. By virtue of former his office and his age, he
is qualified to be a statesman but when you reach that statue and age
there are certain things you have to come to terms with which is to
exhibit a high sense of decorum in your conduct, you have to guard
what you say, how you say it and when you say it because what is
expected of you as a statesman is nothing but factual. M

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