Former APC chairman, Adamu removes personal belongings from APC headquarters

Senator Abdullahi Adamu, the former National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has removed his personal belongings from his office at the party’s national secretariat.

According to Daily Sun, the former chairman ordered his staff to evacuate his personal belongings from his office.

As of 1.30 pm, the staff of the former Nasarawa State governor were seen evaluating his belongings such as ablution materials and picture portraits, among others. Earlier before then, his large portrait pictures were removed from his office and conference halls and replaced with that of his deputy, Abubakar Kyari.

Meanwhile, a mild drama ensued at the party’s secretariat around 12 pm when the National Secretary, Iyiola Omisore, hurriedly left after he was denied entry into the ongoing National Working Committee (NWC) meeting on arrival to the Secretariat.

Speaking to journalists, Omisore said he was only going out to meet the National Chairman, Adamu, to know why he was conspicuously absent.

But a security personnel disclosed that the party’s Chief Security Officer (CSO) was earlier directed to deny Omisore entry into the secretariat, but he pleaded with the national leadership to allow him since he was already very close.

The security source said: “The appeal from the CSO to the NWC members to allow Omisore entry into the complex was granted, but they, however, could not permit his entry into his office and even the meeting room. But on entry, he read the situation and decided to disappear from the Secretariat entirely.

“He promised to come back, but from the look of things, he just used that excuse of going to see why the national chairman was absent to disappear from the secretariat.”

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