The Peoples Democratic Occasion (PDP) in Bara Ward of Kirfi Native Authorities Space of Bauchi State, on Thursday, mentioned that the current defection of a former chairman of the council, Alhaji Bappa Danmalikin Bara, from the get together to the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) doesn’t hassle it and declared that the defector was politically irrelevant.
DAILY POST stories that Danmalikin Bara introduced his defection to the APC on Wednesday in Bauchi, citing an alleged poor therapy by the state governor, Senator Bala Mohammed, for his motion.
He alleged that the governor suspended him as caretaker chairman of the native authorities for 10 months with out giving him a good listening to regardless of his immense contributions to PDP’s success within the 2019 elections.
He, nonetheless, declared that his defection to APC was with a view to defending the curiosity of his supporters and his political profession, fairly than sabotaging anybody.
Reacting to the defection, the PDP chairman in Bara ward, Yakubu Liman Bara, advised journalists the previous council boss was irrelevant politically within the space and as such the get together was not bothered by his defection.
In line with him, Bara ward by no means produced the native authorities chairman till Governor Mohammed appointed him because the council’s caretaker chairman.
He alleged that Danmalikin was faraway from workplace over allegations of corruption, which he mentioned prevented the previous council chairman from finishing his time period.
The get together chairman, nonetheless, declared that the previous chairman’s upset the ward by his defection to APC, submitting that along with his motion Danmalikin Bara had abused the uncommon alternative the ward was given.
He then counseled Governor Mohammed for the daring step he took by conducting native authorities elections after over a decade it was final carried out within the state in addition to his large strides evidenced by improvement initiatives his administration is executing within the state.