Thugs disrupt Bauchi APC media parley

Thugs disrupt Bauchi APC media parley

- APC media parley in Bauchi has been disrupted by thugs

- According to a report, the thugs are about 50 in number

- The meeting attacked by the thugs was called by a faction of the party

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Some suspected thugs have disrupted a press conference called by a faction of the All Progressives Congress (APC) chapter in Bauchi state.

According to The Nation, the thugs were about 50.

The news outlet reported that they invaded the venue at about 10:40am, throwing stones and other objects to prevent the event from holding.

Thugs disrupt Bauchi APC media parley

Thugs have disrupted a press conference called by a faction of the chapter All Progressive Congress(APC) in Bauchi.
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The meeting was reportedly called by a faction in the APC to dissolve the State Working Committee led by an embattled chairman, Alh. Ubah Nana, before the proceedings were hijacked.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has claimed that some All Progressives Congress (APC) leaders who were recently sacked are taking their grievances too far.

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The council claimed that the ruling party's former pillars are employing media attacks against the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, PR Nigeria reports.

The NYCN added that this band of APC members is also against Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) Abubakar Malami.

Even more, the president of the group, Comrade Solomon Adodo, on Wednesday, July 15, said that some persons in the party are trying to use the probe on Ibrahim Magu, the suspended acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) by the presidential panel to discredit the efforts of President Buhari against corruption.

Legit.ng had also reported that following incessant clashes with farmers, some Fulani groups in Bauchi have demanded that the government give them four per cent of the total land area of the state.

The request was made by the conglomerate of Fulani socio-cultural Associations known as Daddo Pulaku, Bauchi state.

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This is contained in a memorandum submitted by the group to the Administrative Committee of Inquiry into Land Disputes.

According to them, the government should ensure the full implementation of the castle routes law of Bauchi state, 2018 as contained in the passed bill.

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It said the bill enforced the non-cultivation of both sides of all major roads in the state by 30 meters from the drains.

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