Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, has been suspended from his political party, the All Progressives Congress,( APC).
The SGF was suspended by the APC in his Gwadabawa Ward in Adamawa State for not being committed to ensuring the victory of the ruling party (APC).
Muazu Kabiri, an official of the party in the Ward said that hardly did Mustapha contribute to the last general election.
The SGF’s letter of suspension also noted that he lost his polling unit to the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, at both the presidential and the governorship polls.
However, Sama'ila Tadawus, acting chairperson of the APC in Adamawa dismissed the alleged suspension of Boss Mustapha, saying that it was unconstitutional.
In his words, “We hereby state clearly that such suspension is unconstitutional, null and void and is of no effect because the state working committee has warned the ward executives in the past to desist from these acts of targeting elders of the party,” Tadawus said.
Tadawus shades more light in respect of the suspension insisting that, "The suspension or expulsion of any party member must be approved by their LGA, state working committee, and the national working committee (NWC) before it can stand."