A member of the Peoples Democratic Party, Mr Aliyu Gubrin, who was suspended alongside former Chairman of the Party, Alhaji Bmanga Tukur, for suing the party has vowed to challenge his suspension in court.
Mr Gubrin, who spoke through his counsel, Barrister Lilian Ojimma, described his suspension as ‘strange’, insisting that he was not given a fair hearing by the party before his suspension.
He also debunked the claim that Bamaga Tukur has anything to do with the suit he filed seeking to oust Mr Adamu Mu’azu as the party’s national chairman.
Gr Gubrin had dragged the party before a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja to challenge the appointment of Mu’azu as the chairman of the party.
Justice Evoh Chukwu of the court dismissed the suit, saying that the plaintiff lacks the right to file the action.
The ruling PDP announced their suspension on Thursday.