“Faction should be phased out of Arandun ward and there should be no more affiliation. The document with which Mr Segun Atoagbe registered the APC branded motor cycle as Okada express should be surrendered to the party.” READ ALSO:BREAKING…. Panel finally gives judgment on Atiku’s appeal
Other recommendations according to the panel are, “All APC properties in Mr Segun Atolagbe possession should be handed over to his assistant without further delay. All money realised from Okada express at 1000 naira per day from April 10, 2019 to September 30, 2019 should be remitted to the party’s financial secretary which will be handed over to the treasurer of the ward, and repayment should be made before the expiration of the suspension.
“For the clarity of conscience, the burnt machine should be brought to the meeting of the ward at Arandun. That the balance of 4,000 naira being the balance of the money kept with him should be handed over to the Assistant Treasurer. Matters affecting the party, members should learn to report the disagreement within the ward or local government to the executives therein and not take internal matters to outsiders.”
The panel further concluded that, “after his one month suspension and total compliance with all the conditions spelt above, the people of Arandun APC should consider him for reinstatement and re-absorption to his chairmanship position”.
When contacted, some members of the panel who spoke to our reporter disowned the Chairman for denying his knowledge of the recommendations stressing that they cannot spoil their integrity because of undue recognition.
They further added that the document was read in the public to all the party members in different languages before it was finally adopted and duly signed and warned the party leadership to beware of the politics of divisive being played by Prince Shuaib Olanrewaju.
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