- The APC presidential campaign council has claimed that Hajiya Naja’atu Mohammed was sacked as against her claim that she resigned
- The council said it was discovered that its former director of civil society organisation of the council was a pole planted by Atiku Abubakar of the PDP in the APC
- Mahmud Jega, the Tinubu media team’s public affairs adviser, in a statement said Naja’atu’s sack letter was just arriving her table when she announced her resignation
The presidential campaign council of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has expressed surprise at the claim of Hajiya Naja’atu Mohammed that resigned from the council when she was actually sacked.
According to a statement sent to Legit.ng and signed by Mahmud Jega, public affairs adviser of the Tinubu media office, Mohammed was sacked because it was discovered that she was a mole in the ruling party.
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Jega stated that the former director of the civil society organisation of the campaign council was planted in the party by Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
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The statement added that Mohammed was successful in deceiving the public but her sack letter had just arrived from the council and the APC.
Jega stated that her utterances since she was sacked from the council are a testament that she was never fit to serve in the council in the first place until she was discovered that she was a mole.
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The council added that she once issued a pseudo-medical report on the APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, following a brief meeting in London.
The statement partly read:
“As conclusive proof of her unstable and unreliable character, Naja’atu said in her pre-emptive “resignation letter” that she was quitting party politics as the political parties have no ideological differences and her values and beliefs no longer align with party politics.
“Within a day, pictures surfaced in the media showing her meeting with the PDP presidential candidate and declaring her support for him.”
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Legit.ng earlier reported that the APC has responded to PDP on its recent comment on the Muslim-Muslim ticket, noting that the north would not vote based on religion in the 2023 election.
Dele Momodu, the spokesperson of the PDP presidential campaign council, claimed that the north will not vote a fake Muslim in the name of a Muslim-Muslim ticket in the 2023 election.
But Bala Ibrahim, the APC publicity director, in his reaction to the claim, described Momodu as a failed student of history, adding that the not has not been voting on religious lines in the past.