Stakeholders of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Charanchi Local Government area have express displeasure over the forceful resignation of the former Majority leader of the Katsina State House of Assembly Alhaji Lawal Isah Kuraye. Leaders of the delegation Alhaji Yahaya Idris Asasanta and Muhamud Zubairu Ganuwa stated their position when they paid a visit to Governor Aminu Bello Masari in his office at Muhammadu Buhari House.
The leaders of the delegation expresses concern that despite the loyalty of the former majority leader to the party and other stakeholders in the state he was forced to resign under dubious circumstances due to some disagreements unknown to all that they had in the house of assembly.
The APC stakeholders however stated that they are aware that under this setting of democracy, the Governor has no any power to interfere with the day-to-day activities of the legislators.
In addition, the leaders of the delegation also appealed for the government intervention to construct the Charanci-TsakaTsa-Ganuwa-Banye road for the socio-economic development of the people of the area and the state.
In his remarks, the Governor stated that Charanchi local government has over the time produced numerous personalities that devoted themselves towards the development of the state. He also stated that the New SMEDAN chairman Alhaji Dikko Umar Radda and the former Majority leader of the Katsina Assembly remains very good political associates to him.
He added that “although the forceful resignation of the former Majority leader is disheartening, things like this are part of the challenges that help politicians excel in life”. He therefore urge them to intensify prayers to them in order to succeed both here and here after.
It could be recalled that KATSINA POST has reported sometimes last week that both the Majority leader and Chief whip of Katsina State Assembly were forced to resign from their posts and immediately replaced after a reconciliation meeting between the aggrieved members and the state SSG Alhaji Mustapha Inua and State APC chairman failed to reach a truce.