Zamfara PDP Heads To Court Over Secretariat Demolition Notice

Zamfara PDP Heads To Court Over Secretariat Demolition Notice
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Ahmad Ibrahim Gusau

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says it had instituted a suit challenging Zamfara Uban Regional and Planning Board (ZUREP) for marking the party’s state secretariat in Gusau for demolition.

Col. Bala Mande retired, the state Caretaker Chairman, stated this while addressing newsmen shortly after the party’s executive meeting at the secretariat Thursday, November 18th, 2021.

Col. Mande, a former Chief of Staff to Gov. Bello Matawalle had remained in the PDP after the governor formally defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC) on June 27.

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According to him, marking of the party secretariat for demolishion was mischievous and an attempt to harass and intimidate the party members and officials.

“The PDP members are law abiding citizens and we have approached a competent court to seek redress over the matter.”

Col. Mande urges supporters of the PDP to remain law abiding and refrain from taking the law into their hands.

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The reports said that in the suit filed before Zamfara High Court sitting in Gusau, the PDP is among others seeking the court set aside the Nov. 29 notice of demolition given by ZUREP and declare it as illegal.

It also prayed the court to compel the defendant to pay the party the sum of N60 million as damages.

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