- The APC's former deputy national vice chairman for North West, Salihu Mohammed Lukman, has expressed worries over President Bola Tinubu's administration
- In an open letter to the president, Lukman said some "disturbing signals in the early months of the administration of President Tinubu had created some tension
- According to Lukman, the imposition of Muslim-Muslim leadership on the APC has created tension among members of the party
FCT, Abuja - The All Progressives Congress (APC) former national vice chairman (north-west), Salihu Mohammed Lukman, has revealed the "disturbing signals" in the early months of President Bola Tinubu's administration in an open letter.
According to Daily Trust, Lukman's letter was titled "Disturbing Signals: Open Letter to President Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu” and published on Monday, August 14, in Abuja.
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The APC chieftain maintained that other "disturbing signals" in the early administration of President Bola Tinubu were the current exchange rate of dollar to naira, the fuel pump price and his choice of ministers, to mention few.
According to him, the endorsement of Abdullahi Ganduje and Ajibola Bashiru as national chairman and secretary of the APC is a disturbing signal, adding that both of them are Muslims and that the move was generating tension among party members and other Nigerians.
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He said it was disturbing that Bashiru from Osun State could replace Iyiola Omisore, the former national secretary of the party who resigned from his position but Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, who was a former governor of Nasarawa State, could not replace Abdullahi Adamu, the former national chairman who also resigned.
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According to Lukman, Al-Makura was loyal to President Tinubu but preferred endorsing another Muslim-Muslim ticket on the party.
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