ADP Suspends Kaduna Chairman Over Alleged Anti-Party Activities

Isa's suspension is with immediate effect.

The National Headquarters of the ADP in Abuja.


The Action Democratic Party (ADP) has suspended the acting chairman of the party in Kaduna State, Umar Isa, for alleged anti-party activities.

According to a letter jointly signed by the Party’s National Chairman, Yabaji Sani, and the National Secretary, Victor Fingesi, Isa’s suspension is with immediate effect.

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The letter dated Wednesday, March 8, 2023, read, “The National Working Committee has received complaints from both officials and members of our great party in Kaduna State pointing to the fact that you have indulged in numerous activities that put the ADP to a disadvantage and disrepute.

“At this critical time of electioneering when political parties are working hard to garner support and win seats in the general elections, we consider what you have done as anti-party which amounts to a great violation of the Party’s Constitution, pursuant to Article 52.2.

“By this letter, you are suspended till further notice from the position of Acting State Chairman of Kaduna State.

“Furthermore, you are hereby directed without fail to hand over all the party materials and paraphernalia in your possession to the ADP state deputy chairman immediately.”